Key Investment Opportunities For 2014

There has been quite a twist in the commodity trading market within the recent year meaning that gold is no longer the superior metal to invest in. In the fall of 2013, we saw the investment industry get excited about silver as a key investment choice. It was not until last year that investment companies ... Read More »

February 23, 2014 ·


Want the secret to finding love? It’s not about your looks, but whether you can balance the books.

The research, conducted by NEST (National Employment Savings Trust), which surveyed UK adults in long term relationships or with recent experience of a long term relationship, found that almost half of us (45 per cent) see good financial management as essential in our ideal long term partner. In fact ‘someone who manages their finances well’ comes ... Read More »

February 20, 2014 ·


Guaranteed Bank Account

Although we are supposedly starting to see a gradual recovery in the economic climate here in the UK there are still many people that are struggling financially and are likely to do so for quite some time to come. Many have got into financial difficulty through no fault of their own, perhaps through being made ... Read More »

December 2, 2013 ·



10 tax tips for contractors & freelancers

DANBRO the award winning firm of accountants for contractors share 10 tax tips for contractors and freelancers. Incorporate your business – generally speaking if your turnover is £20,000 or more you may benefit from operating via a limited company. Register for VAT – claim back the VAT included in your expenses or consider whether the ... Read More »

October 10, 2012 ·


The Basic How-Tos of Bridging Loans

Given the current state of the economy, an increasing number of people find themselves in the position where they need money and they need it fast. The reasons for arriving into such as situation are as diverse as there are people in the world. Perhaps you need to cover an unexpected expense such as, say, ... Read More »

January 6, 2012 ·



Bank charges – Know your rights

Bank and Credit card charges have been heavily publicised in the media rover the past few years as people fight back against unfairly imposed and extremely high charges. It is common practice for many banks to imposed a fine of £40 for unauthorised overdrafts, bounced cheques or failed direct debits, even when the shortfall figure ... Read More »

April 21, 2011 ·