Thursday 16 December
Wednesday, December 15, 2010/
The post-Christmas work period can be troubling in more ways than one.
More worrying than any sheepish glances between staff members after the workplace party, is the post-festive blues that can affect start-ups.
New Year cash flow can be tight after the bonanza of Christmas. Today, our tax and business expert Greg Hayes gives his essential tips on how your start-up can avoid a post-Christmas hangover.
Oliver Milman, editor
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