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Date: 30 Sep 2014

Young workers ‘embracing pension enrolment’

Younger workers are much less likely to opt out of the Government's automatic enrolment scheme than older ones.

Date: 29 Sep 2014

Charitable coffee morning stirs up success

On Friday 26 September, B P Collins LLP eagerly took part in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning to raise funds and awareness for Macmillan Cancer...

Date: 29 Sep 2014

FCA records rise in mortgage complaints

Consumers submitted an increased number of complaints with regards mortgages and related products between January and June this year.

Date: 26 Sep 2014

Landlords to undertake checks on illegal immigrants

Private landlords in Buckinghamshire are being warned that they may soon be responsible for checking whether or not new tenants have the right to rent...

Date: 25 Sep 2014

Virgin staff to get unlimited holiday an impractical proposition says lawyer

Earlier this week, Sir Richard Branson announced he is to offer his Virgin Group staff unlimited holidays - a move which he predicts will boost...

Date: 22 Sep 2014

Cost of renting reaches ‘new record high’

The average cost of renting a property has reached a record high, a lettings network says.

Date: 19 Sep 2014

Stylish staff raise funds for Jeans for Genes

Staff at Gerrards Cross based law firm, B P Collins LLP, abandoned work attire today (19 September) as they took part in the annual Jeans...

Date: 19 Sep 2014

Tenants ‘unaware’ of contract small print

Landlords have been urged to make regular checks on their tenancy agreements, following research which suggests many tenants do not comply with all the small...

Date: 18 Sep 2014

£4m boost to UK’s cyber security

A new £4 million funding programme will boost the UK's cyber security, while making it easier for companies to thrive online, it is hoped.

Date: 16 Sep 2014

AIL scheme ‘supporting IHT payments’

The Government has accepted almost £125 million worth of works of art and other heritage objects in lieu of inheritance tax