Beat The January Blues

It’s common to feel a bit blue in January. After Christmas is over and all the decorations have come down, the weather may be a bit miserable, it’s darker at night and in the morning, and you feel unmotivated but know that you really need to take charge of the situation and get on with things again.

Debt may also be a factor especially if you’ve built up more over Christmas. And this year we also have Covid-19 to contend with and the frustrations and disappointments caused by the various restrictions that have been put in place, as well as the worry of keeping yourself, family, and friends safe.

But all is not lost. Our colleagues at TC Debt Solutions have created a guide called Beat The January Blues with some tips to bring joy into your January.

 

 

Other posts you might like:

Jayne’s Triathlete Journey 2022

As well as being a trainee accountant, Jayne Emery is a talented triathlete. Here Jayne gives us a round-up of 2022 and what’s in store for 2023, including her well-deserved spot in Team GB next year.

read more

MTD for ITSA explained

MTD ITSA is the next phase of HMRC’s Making Tax Digital road map and focuses on Income Tax Self Assessment. If you haven’t already, you might want to start looking at compliant solutions and begin processing your next financial year to ensure you feel confident before ITSA becomes mandatory.

read more

Autumn Statement 2022 Guide

Following Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement on Thursday 18 November, here is our free guide covering the changes that were announced. We hope you find it useful.

read more