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  • Female office workers

    Young Female Workers Wanted!

    by Philomena Price | Mar 21, 2016 |
    I hope this headline caught your eye as being discriminatory. According to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) adverts which are discriminatory are still common especially in relation to sex or age. An individual who applies unsuccessfully for a job will point to a discriminatory advert that the employer’s failure to offer them the job was unlawful discrimination.
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  • Company Commercial

    Controlling Influence

    by Catherine O’Riordan | Mar 07, 2016 |
    From 6 April 2016 most UK companies will need to maintain a register (PSC Register) of those people who have significant control over the company.
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  • Keyboard & Credit Card

    Treating Consumers Fairly

    by | Feb 29, 2016 |
    There is no denying that affordability is one of the well-known issues in the financial sector world of collections.
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  • Pre-nup

    Are you Thinking of Getting a Pre-Nup?

    by Gemma Davison | Feb 26, 2016 |
    Pre-Nuptial Agreements, also known as Marital Agreements, are becoming increasingly popular and are no longer just reserved for the rich and famous.
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  • Buy-to-let

    Buy-to-Let Properties - Will the Stamp Duty Changes Affect You?

    by David Inch | Feb 24, 2016 |
    In his autumn statement the Chancellor announced proposals that would drastically increase the rate of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) for people buying buy-to-let properties or second homes. The proposals were subject to consultation until 1 February 2016 and the final version of the proposals are due to be announced at the Budget on 16 March 2016.
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  • Happy birthday cupcake

    Belated Birthday Greetings!

    by Philomena Price | Feb 22, 2016 |
    Am I talking to you? If you have had a recent birthday then I do wish you a many happy returns! But actually I am talking to the Sex discrimination and Equal Pay legislation which is now 40 years old and still going strong. Although now the protection is under the Equality Act 2010, it has been in existence since 1975. The number of sex discrimination claims and equal pay claims still continue to exceed the number of other discrimination complaints in Tribunal and they make up a sizeable proportion of overall claims.
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  • Cohabiting

    The Legal Differences Between Cohabiting and Being Married

    by Gemma Davison | Feb 22, 2016 |
    The number of people getting married has reduced significantly over recent years with more people choosing to cohabit instead. However, there are significant legal differences between a married and cohabiting couple. This includes issues surrounding inheritance, children and money.
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  • Spying man

    Is there No Privacy at Work?

    by Philomena Price | Feb 19, 2016 |
    The latest case on the monitoring of personal messages on work related messaging accounts has been in the newspapers and on the radio. The coverage has given the impression that employees no longer have any right to privacy at work
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  • gavel3

    To Sue or Not to Sue - Part 2

    by Pete Gardner | Feb 19, 2016 |
    Welcome to the second article in this amazing series which looks at what you can do to try to extract money from a stubborn business debtor.
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  • Help to Buy ISA

    What is a Help to Buy ISA?

    by | Feb 16, 2016 |
    Saving for your first home can be very daunting. The Help to Buy ISA is a new scheme being offered by the Government giving a helping hand to First Time Buyers…
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