Blogs



Blog: Trouble ahead for company directors who refuse to separate their business and personal finances

Launching a new business venture can produce a multitude of feelings: excitement, fear of the unknown, nerves and anticipation. But the one emotion that undoubtedly binds everyone going solo with their own company is one of being overwhelmed.

Published 28 July 2016

Blog: PPI Claims and Protected Trust Deeds

Alan McIntosh of Govan Law Centre writes about the different ways PPI claims and protected trust deeds are dealt with in court.

Published 28 July 2016

Blog: Brexit, tax and its effect on technology start-ups

David Philp is a member of Edinburgh-based Chiene + Tait’s entrepreneurial tax team and specialises in R&D tax relief.

Published 26 July 2016

Blog: Avoiding the horrors of becoming a north east zombie business

Derek Mair is a partner at Hall Morrice

Published 25 July 2016

Blog: Personal guarantees, are they worth it? 

Jamie Davidson is managing director at Edinburgh-based Conduit Finance

Published 15 July 2016

Blog: Brexit – what next for oil & gas?

Alison Baker is UK Head of Oil & Gas at PwC

Published 15 July 2016

Blog: Impact of Brexit on Scottish food and drink

Paul Brown is a partner at Anderson Strathern

Published 11 July 2016

Blog: Weekend Wealth - Equities Update in a challenging week

Tim Wishart is a senior investment director at Psigma Investment Mangement

Published 8 July 2016

Blog: What might Brexit mean for procurement?

Roger Cotton, a partner at Brodies, writes about the effect Brexit might have on the way the spending of public money is regulated. 

Published 7 July 2016

Blog: 10 Things you should know about the new corporate offence of failure to prevent tax evasion

Ronnie Brown is a partner at Burness Paull

Published 5 July 2016

Blog: Healthy increases in rents make Glasgow an attractive proposition for buy-to-let investors

Neil Livingstone is a director at Douglas Dickson Property Management Limited.

Published 21 June 2016

Blog: SMEs must stand up to late payments this summer

Colin Walls is head of trade and working capital at Bank of Scotland

Published 7 June 2016

More jobs pain on the way at RBS

Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to announce more job cuts with around 450 posts going in its services and support divisions as it refocuses its UK operations, the Financial Times has reported.

Published 30 May 2016