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    [Update] What a no-deal Brexit means for EU nationals
    Sep 09, 2019  |  by John Dunn
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    How Shari’ah (Islamic) mortgages work
    Sep 06, 2019  |  by Ian Henning
  • business plan
    Step-by-step guide to writing a business plan [template included]
    Aug 29, 2019  |  by Scott Brown
  • Cross-border payments
    How to make cross-border business payments and collections simpler, cheaper and faster
    Aug 23, 2019  |  by Calvin Matsaure
  • Home Model
    4 things first-time homebuyers should do
    Aug 20, 2019  |  by Neil Ambrose
  • Sole trader on ship
    Everything you need to know about setting up as a sole trader
    Aug 15, 2019  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
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    Everything you should do on your look-and-see visit to Australia
    Aug 12, 2019  |  by Sam Hopwood
  • Boris Johnson portrait
    How Boris Johnson’s election has caused trouble for the Pound
    Jul 31, 2019  |  by Sable International
  • Porto cityscape
    10 reasons to move to Porto, Portugal
    Jul 29, 2019  |  by John Dunn
  • Oxford-street
    Everything you ever wanted to know about applying for a UK Tier 2 (General) visa
    Jul 18, 2019  |  by John Dunn
 
 
  • No-deal Brexit flags

    [Update] What a no-deal Brexit means for EU nationals

    by John Dunn | Sep 09, 2019
    The UK is scheduled to leave the European Union on 31 October 2019. These are the immigration arrangements that will apply to EU citizens and their families who are moving to the UK after Brexit if the UK leaves without a deal.
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  • Town- houses

    How Shari’ah (Islamic) mortgages work

    by Ian Henning | Sep 06, 2019
    A Shari’ah-compliant or Islamic mortgage allows you to buy property without paying interest. While this does not necessarily translate to paying less for your home, it does give you more options when looking to get into the property market. Here’s how they work.
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  • business plan

    Step-by-step guide to writing a business plan [template included]

    by Scott Brown | Aug 29, 2019
    Starting a business can be daunting, but writing a business plan can make it seem more manageable. It helps you focus on one aspect at a time, and ensures you’re paying attention to all the details. Here’s our five-step guide to writing a business plan.
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  • Cross-border payments

    How to make cross-border business payments and collections simpler, cheaper and faster

    by Calvin Matsaure | Aug 23, 2019
    Many large and small businesses have increasingly global operations and interests. It can be a challenge to make and receive international transfers in many different currencies. Find out how a Currency Solved account saves your company time and money.
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  • Home Model

    4 things first-time homebuyers should do

    by Neil Ambrose | Aug 20, 2019
    Buying a house is exciting, but also stressful. While house-hunting for the perfect home can be fun, it’s important to sort out the details before you make an offer. Calculating costs, applying for a mortgage and staying under budget are important considerations. Take heed of these tips before you buy your first house.
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  • Sole trader on ship

    Everything you need to know about setting up as a sole trader

    by Kobus Van den Bergh | Aug 15, 2019
    Being self-employed or working as a freelancer can be rewarding, but it’s important to set yourself up correctly. Here are the ins and outs of sole trader registration, tax and accounts, as well as the difference between a limited company and a sole trader.
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    Everything you should do on your look-and-see visit to Australia

    by Sam Hopwood | Aug 12, 2019
    Landed a job or looking to move Down Under? Before you pack up and head over, you might want to take a look-and-see trip. Here are seven reasons it would be wise for you to visit Australia before you make it permanent.
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  • Boris Johnson portrait

    How Boris Johnson’s election has caused trouble for the Pound

    by Sable International | Jul 31, 2019
    The Pound has fallen to a 24-month low against the Euro and a 28-month low against the Dollar. Discover how the recent UK cabinet shuffle contributed to the currency's volatility.
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  • Porto cityscape

    10 reasons to move to Porto, Portugal

    by John Dunn | Jul 29, 2019
    Quality of life, friendly people and delicious food are all things that Porto (or Oporto) is known for. Portugal’s second biggest city is fast becoming a preferred destination for people from across the globe to settle down. Discover why Porto is a fantastic place to live.
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  • Oxford-street

    Everything you ever wanted to know about applying for a UK Tier 2 (General) visa

    by John Dunn | Jul 18, 2019
    The Tier 2 visa is one of the most popular routes to live and work in the UK and earn permanent residency. Due to its many requirements, it’s also one of the most daunting and complex application processes. We’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions about the Tier 2 visa to help ensure your application is successful.
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