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Small Business Answers?

Hi there, and welcome back to Write Away, the blog for small businesses, the self employed and those thinking of working themselves.

Our latest post concerns another online resource that could prove to be a valuable resource for any small business owner or budding entrepreneur.
The website is called “My Business”, as usual, the link is included below this post. The website is divided into eight useful sections: Finance & Money, People, Technology, Sales & Marketing, Operations, Import & Export, Future and Cash flow, each one having a number of sub sections that contain valuable insights and advice on that aspect of running a business.

The Finance & Money section has some great advice on late payments and how to try and avoid this and further advice on taking small claims through the courts if you need to. The latest Sales & Marketing article contains advice on pitching for new business and the “Top 10 Features” listing deals with questions surrounding IR35 and considerations when deciding whether to buy or rent.

This website is a little goldmine of information for those in business and is well worth a visit, additionally, you are also able to sign up to e-newsletters if you so desire.

We hope you find this resource of value.

http://www.mybusiness.co.uk/

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  1. Hi,
    I am actually in need for this particular info. Good thing I had the chance to visit your site, you really made your blog a good source of learning. I'll be checking out for more updates. thanks a lot and a job well done for you!
    Lakhani Collection

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  2. Ian,
    Thanks for sharing the website. I work with many small businesses and this a good resource to take a look at. Thank you.

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  3. Thanks for your feedback Jerry, I hope some of my other posts prove equally useful

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