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We are proud to finally announce the premium partnership deal between Maidstone United Football Club and KH Homes. KH Homes provide short-stay and long-stay serviced apartments in Maidstone, Bexleyheath, Gillingham, and Rochester. All of their apartments are fully furnished and equipped for self-catering. They are all within walking distances from the Maidstone’s town centre.  Key features…

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Engaging your employees should always be high on your agenda, but during winter months, it can be difficult than most times. The cold, dark (sometimes wet) mornings, afternoons and evenings that come with it can make it hard to motivate your team – however at least you can use some festive activities to keep those…

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It means increased productivity, lower rates of early retirement due to ill health, reduced absenteeism and quick return to work after illness, fewer workplace injuries, greater staff retention and engaged employees, reduced costs to train new staff, improvements in communications and a more positive corporate image. Each year 140 million working days are lost to…

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When we are talking to business owners who are quite clearly undertaking research and development about their rationale for not claiming R&D Tax Credits it is usually because they do not want to attract unnecessary attention from HM Customs and Revenue (HMRC). These businesses are prepared to forego funding that they are eligible to claim…

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Accountancy Merger Adds Up For Kent

Friday 30th November, 2018 by

The Kent offices of national chartered accountants Haines Watts have announced they are merging with top 15 accountants MHA MacIntyre Hudson. The move will create a county-wide team of ten partners, two specialist directors and more than 80 accounting and support staff, operating from MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s offices in Maidstone and Canterbury. Rakesh Shaunak, MHA…

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Businesses in the UK manufacturing sector that are designed for efficiency face a constant challenge by the acceleration in product innovation cycles, and by the growing variability of market demand that is hard to second guess. However, an ambitious Kent based manufacturing and distribution company has understood these challenges and is achieving outstanding levels of growth…

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This Friday (9/11/18) we are on the MONEY TALK show on Channel Radio talking about Internet Connections. Why not tune it at 1pm and get up to speed? Tune in (or listen on catch up) and find out about government subsidies (business and consumers), how to deal with poor speeds/performance, the different types of connections available,…

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Trick Or Treat

Tuesday 6th November, 2018 by

It’s that time of year when we love to be scared, but only if we get the reward of the sweet stuff afterwards. Aside from Halloween we all have fears and they are generally irrational. The common ones are well known, spiders, dogs, heights etc – mine is not so much heights, which I love, but…

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The credit control team is often responsible for the most valuable asset of the company – the debtors’ ledger. Right the way through from credit assessment to cash collection if we do not get it right then profits are eroded and businesses may ultimately fail. Therefore, it is important that we make sure we have…

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It’s true that as a result of a company insolvency at least ten other companies suffer financial difficulties and that bad debt is now one of the major causes of cash flow issues and business failure. However it’s important not to think of bad debt as an unavoidable risk, there is a way to seize…

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