Armstrong Watson join in-cumbria as resident personal finance experts
Published at 22:35, Wednesday, 28 November 2012
Armstrong Watson has joined in-cumbria as our resident experts in personal finance.
The accountancy and financial services firm has 14 regional offices across Cumbria and the North and will be providing regular features for the in-cumbria website on a wide range of topics such as changes in tax and wills for business people.
The features will form the basis of a personal finance section on our website and each article will also be available in easy-to-print format.
In the coming weeks we will be announcing other resident experts for the site in IT, law, HR and business finance.
In-Cumbria online editor Nick Turner said: “We’re delighted with the support Armstrong Watson is giving to the In-Cumbria project.
“Their expertise will provide us with a wealth of useful information so that we can ensure that this site has a hub for business advice alongside its daily business news stories and other features.”
“This is the first step in a period of rapid expansion for in-cumbria.com. As well as our resident experts we will also be unveiling new features that will include picture galleries, columnists and new sections to provide in-depth coverage of the digital and energy sectors of the Cumbrian economy,” he added.
Paul Dickson, managing partner of Armstrong Watson, said: “We’re pleased to be able to offer our expert advice on a range of personal finance issues through In-Cumbria. We’ve been helping the people of Cumbria with their finances for over 145 years and are excited about the opportunity to continue to share our knowledge and experience.
“We’re eager to share top tips and helpful, practical advice through In-Cumbria, written by some of our brightest and most knowledgeable staff with a wider audience throughout the county.
“Our articles will cover a broad range of subjects and if there’s anything you’d like us to write about, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to cover it.”
In-Cumbria.com is visited by over 20,000 people each month and has a weekly newsletter that goes to 1,400 people every Friday.
Published by http://www.in-cumbria.com
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