Archive for March, 2013

Renting a Property: Getting the Best Deal

Renting a property has become a much more popular choice when people look for their first house. Whether you’re a graduate looking for a place close to a new job, or a couple looking to start their life together, renting is seen as the cheaper option. Here are a few tips on making it even more cost effective.

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From SMEs to Global Franchises: The Importance of Accounting Software in Business

When you are running any type of business, from a self employed sole trader to an international firm which employs large numbers of staff, there are some areas of commercial financial dealings where accountancy work will always need to be undertaken by a qualified professional.

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Is “Green Insurance” Really Worth It?

If you are a vehicle owner then you realise that your car emits carbon dioxide and other gases that are potentially harmful to the environment and atmosphere. At the same time, everybody needs a reliable mode of transportation to get around. Obviously your car insurance has to be affordable (no one’s contesting that); but what if you want to help make the Earth a greener place to live?

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Safeguarding Your Courier Service

To give you control of your express courier services, and for peace of mind about your deliveries, it is often recommended that you take advantage of a track and trace service as well as courier insurance. If you own a courier company, an online booking and tracking facility is an important part of service, and provides a flexible and easy way for customers to get in touch with you. It also allows you to keep track of your couriers and safe guard your customer’s packages in transit.

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Could New Rules Cut the Cost of Insurance for Young Drivers?

It’s no secret that young drivers are more likely than anyone else to have an accident, and this is reflected in the price of their insurance premiums. The average is now almost £2000 per year and it’s putting many off learning to drive. The Association of British Insurers believes that the only way of cutting accidents and lowering premiums is to introduce restrictions on the driving of those who have passed their tests recently.

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How to Gamble Sensibly As a Businessman

Gambling is a fun and often very social activity – you have probably been to a casino night once or twice and with some excellent online casinos available you really should give gaming a try. However, much like everything, we have to be sensible when we gamble to avoid losing too much of our hard earned cash. If you enjoy nights at the casino but want to be more sensible with your gambling, here are some top tips for getting the most out of your casino trip.

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Would You Consider Car Insurance When Buying Your Car?

If buying a new car is the need of the hour, then a lot of factors need to be straightened out. After all, buying a car is not a simple purchase decision that everyone makes on a daily basis. In fact, to many people, purchasing a car is the realisation of the dream that they would have had for several years. Apart from the usual things to consider, such as the model, the maker or the manufacturer of the vehicle , power, features, price and so on, there is one little thing that could come in handy sometime in the future – insurance. Insuring a newly bought car is one simple act that could save the owner a heap of future troubles and pain.

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The Importance of Customer Service in Every Business

Customer service is considered to be one of the most vital elements of every business, regardless of the size or structure. You need to consider that without customers, you will have no business, which is why you need to do everything possible. People make their mind up about businesses in a matter of minutes, so make sure you create an impact.

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