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Financial matters: Time to get Brexit-ready

Get your house in order before Brexit bites hard

31st March, 2019
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A Brexit demonstrator in London: use the looming date as a catalyst to overhaul your personal financesGetty

Deal or no deal? Who knows, except to say that we’ve all been given a reprieve of either 11 days or 52 days from today to get our own financial houses in better order before the denizens of Britain’s House of Commons manage to reach (or breach) the latest Brexit deadlines set for them by the European Union.

Getting Brexit-ready is something which prudent business owners have been at since the June 2016...

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