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For some, the New Year represents a fresh start. For others it simply brings even more worries over their stretched finances. Historically, the New Year tends to bring a surge of people seeking help with the debt that they have built up. When finances come under pressure from many different sources it is easy to lose track of mortgage or rent payments. Experienced solicitor at […]Read more
On 4th December 2014, major changes were made to the way stamp duty land tax is calculated for residential properties in the UK. But how has the system changed? And how will these changes affect you? How did the old system work? Stamp duty is the tax paid on the purchase of a home costing above £125,000. Under the old system, the tax would kick […]Read more
The works Christmas party is a time for employees to be merry and employers to beware. Employers look upon the works Christmas party season as an opportunity to recognise their employees’ contributions and efforts throughout the year. They also consider it to be an occasion to assist with team building and boosting staff morale. However, whilst the Christmas party is seen as an occasion where […]Read more
What does the law say? There is no legal requirement for an employer to give an outgoing employee a reference, unless they are in a regulated industry. This may include industries such as financial services, banking or the care industry, or if there are terms in their contract of employment to the contrary. Whilst such a contractual right is unlikely, an employee may try and […]Read more
Workers in the UK have won a landmark case at the Employment Appeal Tribunal which will see regular overtime included in holiday pay. This means that those who are required to work overtime as a regular part of their job will have these earnings taken into account when holiday pay is calculated. The ruling is seen as a monumental step forward for employees currently working […]Read more
Farnworth Rose solicitors are delighted to announce that we have opened a new location in Barrowford on the 1st October 2014. This offers us the opportunity to expand the outstanding service we currently deliver to our clients across the North West. We believe that adding a high street location in Barrowford will ensure Farnworth Rose is more accessible to its existing and potential clients. This […]Read more
We are delighted to announce that the Golf Day 2014, organised by Farnworth Rose solicitors has been a huge success! Held at the picturesque Nelson Golf Club, four teams of representatives from local businesses competed for what can only be described as the prestigious Serious Hackers Invitational Trophy. Farnworth Rose solicitors, Mortgages 65, McParland and Partners, and Petty Estate Agents were able to raise £417 […]Read more
Whilst, the new shared parental leave regulations only apply to babies due on or after 5 April 2015 (or children who have been matched for adoption or placed for adoption on or after this date) the actual regulations come into force on 1st October 2014. Therefore, employers will shortly need to get up to speed with these complex new regulations; revising their current documentation and […]Read more
Previously employees with children aged 16 or under and those with disabled children under the age of 18, had the right to apply to work more flexibly. Now every employee with at least 26 weeks’ continuous employment has a right to make a flexible working request. Although it must be remembered that an eligible employee does not have the right to work flexibly, but rather […]Read more
After suggestions that the Government’s Help to Buy scheme may be ‘pared back’, there has been much discussion around the effect of the scheme. In May 2014, the government announced that more than 27,000 people have bought a new home through the Help to Buy scheme since its introduction in March 2013. Help to Buy allows a homebuyer to purchase a house priced up to […]Read more