The start of a new financial year always provides a good opportunity to reflect on the previous year, take stock and plan ahead.
Tight deadlines, too much responsibility, a heavy workload coupled with lack of support.
Ongoing ambiguity surrounding Brexit is affecting many kinds of businesses in different ways.
As a successful business owner you have a detailed understanding of what is required to make your business succeed.
Recent publicity about an English Court of Appeal ruling on the rights of unmarried couples has highlighted a misunderstanding many people have about their rights following their partner’s death.
Aesop’s fable about the tortoise beating the hare provides a good analogy for investing.
Despite a recent jump triggered by tensions over North Korea, stock markets around the world are on track to record their least volatile year since before the global financial crisis.
The Rolling Stones have a song that has the line “you can’t always get what you want”.
I suspect that when Robert Burns penned the romantic line “come live with me and be my love” the biggest risk he faced was a broken heart.
Most commonly diagnosed in children, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), is a condition whereby the individual suffers from restlessness and may struggle to concentrate.
Do you have past payment protection insurance (PPI) you have been meaning to complain about, or are unsure whether you’ve had it?
Do you come home from the supermarket laden with random grab-me-now offers you wish you’d left on the shelf?
As summer comes to an end and we get back into work mode it is great to look back at a couple of weeks spent stocking up on some valuable R&R (rest and recreation).
The boss of the north's busiest citizens advice bureau has warned a 20% cut in funding would result in job cuts - just as more and more people need help.
Personal debt levels in the Highlands have soared to more than £20million.
Going to bed on a row isn’t great for relationships - and ruins sleep. Here’s how to ensure pillow talk stays sweet There’s never a great time to row with your partner - but right before bedtime can be particularly troublesome, as most couples will know. Arguments are part and parcel of relationships, but falling out before hitting the sack means that the tension can fester and dash any chances of a good night’s sleep too, leading to even greater resentment and anger the next day. Bad news all round. According to a new survey, however, more than half of UK couples quarrel at least twice a month before turning out the lights at bedtime. The research, carried out by skin specialists Flint + Flint and The Fine Bedding Company as part of their ’Beauty Sleep’ campaign, found that 52% of couples admit to going to bed angry after arguing, and subsequently waking up in a bad mood. So what’s to blame for those tears on the pillowcase? The survey also delved into the top 10 argument triggers for couples, and while there are some similarities between the sexes, it seems men and women don’t always agree about what causes their fights either...
If you dream of building your own home, you first need to find a plot of land to build it on and then an architect to design it. Here are our top tips:
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The new Tory government's policies will open the floodgates for food banks across the north, according to the boss of the Highlands' Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB).
“I was on a TV show with the late author Barbara Cartland, who turned to me and said: ‘Oh, The World is Full of Married Men is such a disgusting book, Miss Collins. You are responsible for all the perverts in England.”