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Multi Level Marketing: Scam or Dream Ticket?

Anyone active on social media in recent times has likely come across network — or multi level — marketing schemes, potentially without even realising it. Usually, these schemes sell health […]

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Staying at Home and Staying Sane This Summer

With the summer holidays of 2016 fast approaching, we thought we’d put together some hints and tips for keeping your kids entertained over the school break so that — if […]

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The risk of “Brexit” for WAHMs

We’re less than two weeks away from casting our votes in the EU Referendum and whilst many people have already made their minds up, there are still plenty who are […]

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6 things you should be doing with your business website

1. Phone number on every page I know it can seem intimidating to list a phone number on your website when you’re a work at home parent but many suppliers […]

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Not Declaring? Not an Option. HMRC cracks down on “Secret” Second Incomes

In the Royal Bank of Scotland’s January Enterprise Tracker Survey it was revealed that 20% of adults can be described as ‘hidden entrepreneurs’. According to RBS’ research 40% of adults […]

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Five Goals all WAHMs should set for 2016

It’s a little bit late for resolutions but when it comes to business it’s likely things are only just beginning to pick up after Christmas for work at home mums […]

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Diary of a WAHM: Pining for School Days

At the moment I have one child in school, and another in nursery 5 days a week under ‘supposed’ school hours. The childcare is expensive, but not as expensive as […]

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Advice for planning your Childcare (if the Government delay their 30 Hours Free Policy)

News broke in mid-October that the government’s pledge for 30 hours of free childcare a week is to be put on hold as peers voted that a full and comprehensive […]

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Surviving the Summer Holidays when Self-Employed

They’re nearly over but the six week summer break can be a difficult time for self-employed mums and dads who are used to their children being in school or nursery. […]

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Budget 2015: How does the first Conservative Budget in nearly a Decade affect WAHMs?

On 8th July 2015 George Osborne was back, presenting his first Budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer of a majority Conservative government and the Budget he delivered was clearly indicative […]