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Choosing A Merchant Services Partner For Your Home Business

Choosing A Merchant Services Partner For Your Home Business
So you’ve started your home based business. You’ve got the product, you’ve set up your online store, you have all the paperwork done and you are ready to start serving customers...

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Keep Morale High In Your Home Based Business

Keep Morale High In Your Home Based Business
No matter what business you run, it’s vital that moral is kept high. All successful companies within the business world make it one of their priorities to keep moral high as this...

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Top 2 UK Franchise Industries That Are Home Based

Top 2 UK Franchise Industries That Are Home Based
For many people that would love to be their own boss, franchising is one of the best ways to achieve it. However, it is often difficult to settle on a specific industry as there are...

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Keeping Home Business Morales High

Keeping Home Business Morales High
There are various ways of keeping morale high in your home business. No matter what business you run, if you employ people within your company, it’s vital that moral is kept high....

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Fresh Ways To Fund Your Start Up

Fresh Ways to Fund Your Start Up
Get your new home based business off the ground by exploring different ways to fund your startup. For everyone with a business idea, the first hurdle that must be dealt with is raising...

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7 Big Reasons To Work At A Startup

7 Big Reasons To Work At A Startup
One of the things that the job market offers – but many of us pay little attention to – is diversity and choice. Just a quick scan of any newspaper recruitment page and there’s...

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How To Calculate Limited Company Work From Home Expenses

How To Calculate Limited Company Work From Home Expenses
A question we are asked all the time at iHubbub' home business network is "how do I calculate my work from home expenses." If you're the director of a limited company and run your business...

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How To Calculate Your Sole Trader Work From Home Expenses

How To Calculate Your Sole Trader Work From Home Expenses
A question we are asked all the time at iHubbub' home business network is "how do I calculate my work from home expenses." If you're a sole-trader or run a home based business at home,...

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Warm Welcome Home

Warm Welcome Home
It is truly magical when you trek all the way up to London, have an excellent meeting about your home business and then scoot all the way home again to get this kind of welcome! If...

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The Polar RC3 GPS Is Your Irreplaceable Fitness Companion

The Polar RC3 GPS Is Your Irreplaceable Fitness Companion
Without a shadow of doubt your fitness regime will benefit greatly from some form of technology support - for example, a heart rate tracker, a calorie counter, a GPS distance monitor,...

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iHubbub's picture
1 Apr 2015 - 08:40 by iHubbub

One of the things that the job market offers – but many of us pay little attention to – is diversity and choice.

Just a quick scan of any newspaper recruitment page and there’s a whole world of interesting stuff out there: from (for example) marine biology to road construction.

Of course, the thing that stops the world from being our oyster is that the vast majority of us are only qualified in one general area – so a marine biologist looking to make a move into road construction would probably have to retrain for a fair while before making the move!7 reasons to work at a home business startup

iHubbub's picture
14 Oct 2014 - 10:37 by iHubbub

A question we are asked all the time at iHubbub' home business network is "how do I calculate my work from home expenses."

If you're the director of a limited company and run your business from home, HMRC allows you to claim tax relief for some of your home expenses. See how to calculate Sole Trader home working expenses.

As long as you use a 'reasonable' method to calculate the amount.how to calculate limited company home working expenses

iHubbub's picture
9 Oct 2014 - 08:03 by iHubbub

A question we are asked all the time at iHubbub' home business network is "how do I calculate my work from home expenses."

If you're a sole-trader or run a home based business at home, HMRC allows you tworking from home tax and expenses calculatoro claim tax relief for some of your home expenses. Find out how to claim limited company expenses.

As long as you use a 'reasonable' method to calculate the amount.

Paula Wynne's picture
17 Sep 2014 - 10:38 by Paula Wynne

It is truly magical when you trek all the way up to London, have an excellent meeting about your home business and then scoot all the way home again to get this kind of welcome!

If you have followed our story about our little cyber security manager you'll know that he is a big bag of mischief.

These images my hubby Ken took of Dexter leaping at me look like they're taken in slow motion and reminds me of a the old fashioned photo reels ...

Here's how the slow motion reels goes:

warm welcome home

Ken Sheridan's picture
11 Aug 2014 - 09:25 by Ken Sheridan

Without a shadow of doubt your fitness regime will benefit greatly from some form of technology support - for example, a heart rate tracker, a calorie counter, a GPS distance monitor, a speed or endurance monitor or some other method of quantification that’s useful to you personally.

Cool Techie Fitness Gadgets

So the first challenge is to decide just what level of techno sophistication would be most useful to your personal fitness campaign.Polar GPS watch

The market is brim full of choice, from simple and cheap to hugely sophisticated and expensive.

A bit of thought for you to begin with is therefore a good idea such as:  ‘What do I want to monitor and how much do I want to spend to monitor it’.

RosalindBrookman's picture
22 Jul 2014 - 09:16 by RosalindBrookman

The Government released figures last month showing that out of a UK workforce of a little over 30 million people, 4.2 million of those were working from home.

With recent changes to government legislation meaning that from the 30th June this year anybody who has been employed for 26 weeks or more has the right to ask their boss for flexible working.

While thousands need to fit working hours around other responsibilities or working from home, we at iHubbub are fully expecting this beautiful weather to open the floodgates for a whole host of new home workers! Read about how some people need to work from home for various reasons ...

Get Off The Commute

And take the working from home sign!

Kent Wynne's picture
3 Apr 2014 - 13:20 by Kent Wynne

Well ... to start with I have waiting to get my hands on the nifty little Mikey Digital Microphone gadget for your iPhone for a while now.

Blue's latest version of its portable microphone range is called Mikey Digital  and mainly designed for current iPhones and iPads with a overall better sound quality.

iHubbub's picture
29 Jan 2014 - 11:22 by iHubbub

It's becoming increasingly common for people to be able to work away from the office environment. Guest Blogger Carrie Wynne explores some reasons as to why this can benefit both companies and their employees.

Carrie says: As a seasoned sales professional who has been in the workforce since 1980 I can tell you that it was rare to have office employees working remotely.  Everyone jumped in their cars and drove to work five days a week.  working at home employee hours

iHubbub's picture
20 Jan 2014 - 13:54 by iHubbub

It’s very rare to find a business that can start up and get running with zero investment and 99% of those that can, would grow much faster if they had one.

Guest Blogger Jason Crispin told iHubbub how to avoid the pitfalls that many people fall into when pitching their businesses to investors with 4 simple things to remember.

Jason said: I have worked with many start-up businesses in London, UK, sharing advice and supporting them through the initial stages of their businesses and thought I would share four of the biggest mistakes a founder can make when seeking investment.

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iHubbub's picture
16 Jan 2014 - 11:05 by iHubbub

It's never been easier to do your own social media marketing - iHubbub's Guest Blogger Mary Miller tells us how we can use social media to get your home business brand out there.

Home businesses should really take advantage of social media. There is no need to spend a lot of money on your campaign, and there is very little difference between a campaign that is heavily funded and one that has a small budget. how to do your own social media marketing


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