In this month’s newsletter we outline quite a few hot topics, the UK housing market sees its biggest fall in 8 years, why many entrepreneurs have a misconception around funding and the latest findings around the gender funding gap! We hope you enjoy our newsletter!
MONTHLY FEATURES – MAY 2018
UK house prices saw the biggest monthly fall for nearly eight years during April, according to the Halifax, as demand for homes weakened.
A new survey from AXA Business Insurance revealed that this vast army of wannabe entrepreneurs, making up 13 per cent of the population, all had advanced plans for a business
1.37% Fixed 2yr 60% LTV
1.64% Disc 2yr 65% LTV
1.75% Fixed. 2yr 75% LTV
1.99% Fixed 5yr 50% LTV
3.45% Fixed 2yr 80% LTV
After economist Vicky Pryce claimed the cash flow situation at small UK companies was undoubtedly “getting worse”, Sarah Willingham emphasised the working capital struggles facing many entrepreneurs, but also clarified some misconceptions around investment and what small business owners need to grow their company.
We’re into a new tax year and you could understandably be forgiven for thinking, ‘so what?’ But there are two things you need to be aware of. First is the fact that if you don’t want to fall foul of any new tax laws, you need to be aware of them. I’ll run through them in a bit. But second is the opportunity you have right now to get ahead of the game.
According to data from small business and startup funding specialists, Access Commercial Finance (ACF), female-led startups receive less funding than male micro business owners, despite putting together stronger proposals. Despite women being more successful at applying for startup and small business funding…