We could all use a little extra financial help in this current health crisis. Some people may have lost their jobs, some may be working reduced hours, or some may be taking furlough leave. With schools closed, there is added pressure to provide for the household. Whatever your circumstances, we’re sure that our tips to reduce your monthly outgoings will help!
Now that the property market in England is open for business again, moving plans south of the border can get back on track. Demand from buyers has been up right across the country, with enquiries to estate agents and visitor numbers to the property portals almost at where they were before lockdown began. Continue reading FORWARD STEPS: Will Scotland follow England’s lead? (6 min read)
Whilst we’re spending more time at home than ever before, has there been a better opportunity to complete those DIY jobs that you just never quite got round to? Why not make the most of the extra time at home and tackle one of our easy lockdown DIY tasks…? Continue reading Lockdown DIY Jobs To Complete (3 min read)
In this 3-minute read we discuss the how to increase your daily productivity with some simple top tips. Continue reading Tips To Make Your Lockdown More Productive (3 min read)
In this 3 minute read we talk about finding new routines for your children to keep them entertained. Continue reading Homeschooling Timetable To Keep Your Children Entertained (3 min read)
In this 3-minute read we highlight the impact Covid 19 is having on the St Andrews property market.
An immediate fallout of the Coronavirus pandemic is that it has placed many St Andrews families house moves on hold. Government guidelines state all house buyers and house sellers who are in the process of selling their St Andrews house and moving to a new house must adapt to these temporary arrangements, adjusting their usual practices, agreeing different dates to the house move after the removal of the stay at home actions we are all adopting. In essence, putting the house move ‘on ice’ during lockdown. Continue reading 32 St Andrews Families in Limbo Due to Coronavirus (3 min read)
In this 6-minute read we debate that the Cupar property market is resilient and ready to hit the ground running.
Despite Government regulations that have been in place since the 26 March 2020, where in-person viewings have been illegal, Cupar buy to let landlords are chomping at the bit to build their property empire by looking at adding additional properties to their Cupar buy to let portfolio.
It can be easy to become demotivated spending so much time indoors at home; especially if you were used to being out of the house more often than in. However, it is important that we pay attention to our mental health and wellbeing to ensure that we are looking after ourselves. Whilst we have so much more time on our hands, we have an opportunity to adopt some healthy habits into our usual routines to keep us feeling good. Continue below for some ways to improve your wellbeing.
Anxiety is something that we can all experience at times, however in the midst of the coronavirus there will likely be more of us than ever who are suffering with anxiety. There are plenty of techniques to help you manage levels of anxiety, with one of the key innovations being the development of apps, we have found some of the best apps to help you cope with the current situation and beyond.
This is a step by step definitive guide for all self-employed or partnerships who have been adversely affected by Coronavirus to apply for a grant. Please share with as many business owners as you can so they can get the money they need as quickly as possible.
Here is the link to the starting point on the HMRC website as discussed in the video: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/claim-a-grant-through-the-coronavirus-covid-19-self-employment-income-support-scheme
Check if you are eligible: https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/self-employment-support/enter-unique-taxpayer-reference
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