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Is an electronic signature on a commercial property document acceptable?

As more aspects of business move online, there is a drive to do everything digitally.  The process of buying and selling property has always relied heavily on paper, but there has been huge change over the last decade and more can now be done online. Commercial property investors want to take advantage of this, but

Social Media Training for Businesses

When it comes to social media, most businesses will have the usual… Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn accounts locally promoting their offering. This is the standard nowadays.  So if we can all agree, whether we like to or not, that the world revolves around good socials as the new standard of advertising, then what does this

Running a business from home

More people are opting to start their own business or to join the gig economy, and the past decade has seen a 74 per cent rise in the number of people working from home. Running a business from home can give you flexibility and make for a good work-life balance. It can also be an

Business rates: a financial ticking time bomb (Part 2)

In the last of two articles on the financial crisis facing the owners and occupiers of commercial property following the business rates revaluation earlier this year, Mark Parnall, director with Parnalls in Launceston, explained the process for appealing against your assessment.  In this article, he considers available rates exemptions and reliefs, options for reducing your

Legal considerations when setting up a business (Part 2)

If you are considering setting up a business there are numerous options about the vehicle through which you can trade. To make an informed decision about the type of vehicle that would work best for you, you need to be aware of the legal responsibilities and obligations that each will impose on you. In the

What legal considerations do I need to think about when setting up a business? (Part 1)

If you are considering setting up a business there are numerous decisions that you will have to make, including whether you will operate as a sole trader, in partnership with someone else or through a company.  With the last two options, you will also need to think about the structure of your business. To make