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    Applying for your NI number: Don’t go it alone
    Jun 12, 2018  |  by Leanne Shrosbree
  • london-thames-big-ben
    10 reasons why London is still our favourite city
    May 04, 2018  |  by Leanne Shrosbree
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    Get the most out of being a contractor in the UK by following these simple steps
    Mar 15, 2018  |  by 1st Contact
  • tax-hand-magnifying-glass
    Reap the benefits of submitting your Self Assessment tax return early
    Mar 02, 2018  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
  • students-graduating
    UK student visas: Here's how you can get one
    Feb 22, 2018  |  by John Dunn
  • students-school-chalk-board
    Get your child into state-funded school in the UK
    Feb 21, 2018  |  by Leanne Shrosbree
  • medical-cross-and-heart
    The NHS vs Medicare: Which is better?
    Jan 30, 2018  |  by 1st Contact
  • big-ben-london-at-night
    What is the cost of living in London in 2018?
    Jan 25, 2018  |  by 1st Contact
  • house-key
    To rent in the UK, you absolutely need to have the right to rent
    Jan 19, 2018  |  by Leanne Shrosbree
  • man-making-more-money
    This is how contractors can take home more cash
    Jan 09, 2018  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
 
 
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    Which public funds are available to immigrants in the UK?

    by John Dunn | Oct 13, 2017
    Anyone who has looked into applying for a UK visa will most likely be familiar with the phrase “no recourse to public funds”. This restriction is always highlighted in information relating to visa applications, but the truth is that you do have access to these public funds if you’re an immigrant in the UK. We explain exactly which funds you do and don’t have access to below.
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    Directors of limited companies: File your accounts on time and avoid fines

    by Kobus Van den Bergh | Oct 04, 2017
    By law, the director of a limited company in the UK is responsible for filing certain accounts and ensuring they are sent to HMRC and Companies House within a set timeframe. Failure to do so could result in some serious penalties and fines, so if you’re a director, you need to ensure you don’t miss these important dates.
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    Read this before immigrating to the UK with your children

    by Leanne Shrosbree | Oct 02, 2017
    Immigrating to the UK is just as exciting for your kids as it is for you. Here are a few tips and suggestions that could be useful when making your move to the UK.
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    Tired of the city? Regional Australia is hiring skilled workers from around the world

    by Sam Hopwood | Sep 26, 2017
    When one thinks about moving to Australia, images of Sydney and Melbourne often come to mind, but there’s so much more to the land Down Under. Census data has shown that regional Australia needs international immigrants and local governments have made it easier than ever for you to move to one of these regions in need.
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    Don’t leave the airport without it: 6 tips to ensure you hold on to your luggage

    by Kobus Van den Bergh | Sep 22, 2017
    It’s not because you were irresponsible, it’s because you weren’t informed. Losing your luggage is heart-breaking and it’s an administration nightmare. However, there are ways to decrease the chances of this happening. Let’s see how you can ensure you leave the airport with your luggage in hand.
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    By sea, air or road: Which method of shipment is right for you?

    by Kobus Van den Bergh | Sep 14, 2017
    There’s a lot to consider when shipping your belongings from A to B. One of the most important factors is which shipping method is the best for you. We have a lot of experience in this field and the info below is going to help you choose the right shipping option.
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    How to open a bank account in the UK

    by Leanne Shrosbree | Sep 14, 2017
    Opening a bank account in the UK as a newcomer is notoriously difficult and irksome, but it doesn’t have to be this way. We’ve got loads of experience opening bank accounts for non-residents, below is everything you need to know about the process.
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    Recently stopped working? You might have a tax refund waiting for you

    by Kobus Van den Bergh | Sep 13, 2017
    If you’ve recently stopped working, there’s most likely a large chunk of change waiting for you at HMRC in the form of a tax refund. This article will give you a good idea of whether you should get ready to claim some of your hard-earned cash back from HMRC.
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    How to ace your UK citizenship tests

    by John Dunn | Aug 23, 2017
    If you’re a citizen from outside the EEA and you want to apply for UK citizenship or indefinite leave to remain (ILR), you’re going to have to pass an English language test as well as the Life in the UK test. Let’s have a look at how you can prepare for these two tests.
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    Start your life in the UK the stress-free way

    by Leanne Shrosbree | Aug 21, 2017
    Whether you’re taking a gap year, advancing your career, or just looking for a change - if you’re moving to the UK, you’ll probably need a helping hand. Here’s how you can get help setting up a UK bank account, an NI number and so much more.
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  • london-bus-ben
    Applying for your NI number: Don’t go it alone
    Jun 12, 2018  |  by Leanne Shrosbree
  • london-thames-big-ben
    10 reasons why London is still our favourite city
    May 04, 2018  |  by Leanne Shrosbree
  • man-working-at-home
    Get the most out of being a contractor in the UK by following these simple steps
    Mar 15, 2018  |  by 1st Contact
  • tax-hand-magnifying-glass
    Reap the benefits of submitting your Self Assessment tax return early
    Mar 02, 2018  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
  • students-graduating
    UK student visas: Here's how you can get one
    Feb 22, 2018  |  by John Dunn
  • students-school-chalk-board
    Get your child into state-funded school in the UK
    Feb 21, 2018  |  by Leanne Shrosbree
  • medical-cross-and-heart
    The NHS vs Medicare: Which is better?
    Jan 30, 2018  |  by 1st Contact
  • big-ben-london-at-night
    What is the cost of living in London in 2018?
    Jan 25, 2018  |  by 1st Contact
  • house-key
    To rent in the UK, you absolutely need to have the right to rent
    Jan 19, 2018  |  by Leanne Shrosbree
  • man-making-more-money
    This is how contractors can take home more cash
    Jan 09, 2018  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
 
 

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