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The perils of not having a written contract

This article is one of a series which looks at some of the most common perils of contracts and how to avoid those perils. It is almost always best to have a formal written record of any contract that you enter into.

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Guide to Reputation Management

Benjamin Franklin said that many, many years ago. It is now more true than ever but might be rephrased: only one bad review or social media post to lose it.

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How to write a letter of complaint

At some point, whether business or personal, most people are going to have to write a letter of complaint. This could be against your bank, your professional advisor or any company whose service of product has left you feeling frustrated and displeased

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Personal Insolvency Guide

Procedure for making an individual bankrupt. A statutory demand is a formal written demand for payment of a debt (in excess of £750) within 21 days. It must be issued in the correct form. There are prescribed forms on the Insolvency Service website.

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CARE Advice Awards

The CARE advice awards are designed to recognise the very best care advice available for consumers and the care sector alike.

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