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Don’t feel pressured into starting a business as the only route to wealth. Statistically it’s more likely to be a route to grey hair and debt.
Taxes are going up on those of us who work out of limited companies. Time to take Friday’s off?
I’ve hit upon a motivational technique that’s really made a difference to my earnings and my outlook that is quick to do and well worth trying.
Do you know how much you’re allowed to keep of what you earn? The answer might surprise you.
Reggie Perrin walked into the sea to escape the pointless rat race, but most people simply retire. However there is another way.
You’re on your own kid. As Bob the programmer who outsourced his job to China has proved.
There are many different types of entrepreneur, which is good news if you plan to make your fortune and you can’t stand Richard Branson.
There’s no one checklist that you need to tick through to become an entrepreneur. Read widely and discover kindred spirits who did it YOUR way.
A special guest star writer, The Money Blogger, tells us what she learned from starting a business on eBay and Amazon without really meaning to.
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People have been doing rubbish jobs and hating it for hundreds of years. Modern office angst is nothing special.
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Even the lowliest jobs now come with dispiriting baggage, ridiculous hurdles, and tedious internal politics.
If you just got another pay rise yet you don’t seem any happier than when you were a student, this article is just for you.
The 10% tax rate paid by entrepreneurs applies to the first £2 million of business assets sold.