Blog posts written during May 2015

How to reduce a £300,000 NI bill to zero: BBC alleges Anderson recruiting has aggressive tax scheme

Friday Friday, May 29, 2015 by Administrator

The BBC apparently recorded Ian Moran of Anderson Group pitching an aggressive tax avoidance scheme to a recruitment agency. The scheme alegedly involves setting up hundreds of limited companies (something you can do on the web for under £30) and then claim NI government Employment Allowance of £2000 for each of the limited company’s of two or three workers.


The full article is here:

BBC web site buisness news

Anderson group web site As the Anderson web site is not a secure one you may get an "untrusted" notification from you browser. Simply remove the "s" from https in the adress bar and you can process to their site. It's still not a trustworthy site though!

UK Government web site for limited company formation


Upto £3,000 how to get it, the best 8 times better than the worst

Wednesday Wednesday, May 13, 2015 by Administrator

Coincidentally earlier this month, we bogged about how you can get a grant of up to £3000 from the government to cover getting upgraded to fast or ultra-fast broadband for your company. Ofcom (the government communications watch dog) now publish the complaints statistics for Broadband, Mobile, landline etc. on a regular basis. So who is the best?

Well, the first thing to note is that the best services have around eight (yes eight) times fewer complains than the worst. So you can get eight times less hassle for you free £3000 grant or eight time more reliability for you internet connected business.

The best were  Sky and (for me surprise surprise Virgin).

The worst were BT, Plusnet and TalkTalk. So don’t believe the current BT ad about reliability is completely misleading... no surprise to us there!

If you want to see the report then:

Telecoms including broadband complaints May 2015 report web site

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Get your business moving fast at little or no cost.

Friday Friday, May 1, 2015 by Administrator

If you have business internet connection issues: then you may be eligible for a grant to up to £3000 for a new superfast broadband connection. Internet connections have moved on in the past few years. If you are a start up or an existing company with a poor internet connection, there are two things you can do to transform your business internet connection at little or no cost.

Go to a broadband speed check site:

Broadband speed test/ Is a good example. All you need to do is enter your postcode and you will more than likely get a range of extremely affordable options to get a very fast and usually reliable service.

What you probably don’t know is that irrespective of your supplier, your service will be almost certainly be maintained by a company called “open reach” who proved the maintenance service for almost all broadband services through your local telephone exchange.

The thing that makes the difference in your overall reliability is the quality of the guys that do the installation service and in our experience the Sky installers are a cut above the rest.

Alternatively you might get all this for free though a Government grant of up to £3,000:

connectionvouchers co uk just put in your postcode to see if it is available to you and then follow the instructions.

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