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Steve Bullman

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About Steve Bullman

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  • Birthday 25/04/1976

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    Suffolk
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    Freelance climber
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    Ipswich

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  1. Steve Bullman

    Vat business split

    quartely
  2. Steve Bullman

    Vat business split

    Nope, you can't do that...you always have to invoice for the vat unless you are selling a zero rated item
  3. Steve Bullman

    Vat business split

    Surely you are losing out more when purchasing fencing materials than if you were vat registered?
  4. Steve Bullman

    Occasional use saw

    You won't go far wrong with a Stihl 261. Or drop @shavey a message and discuss his equivelant range of Dolmar saws
  5. Steve Bullman

    A cutting edge chainsaw promotion from STIHL

    The STIHL chainsaw promotion is back by popular demand where users can receive STIHL accessories worth up to £87 when purchasing selected cordless and petrol chainsaws. With the promotion running until 14th December 2018, any customer purchasing either a cordless MSA 160 C-BQ or MSA 200 C-BQ chainsaw, as well as a petrol powered MS 180 or MS 181, before this date will receive a pair of clear contrast goggles, a filing kit and ADVANCE MS Ergo gloves free of charge. For users looking for a bigger saw, purchasing the petrol powered MS 211, MS 231 or the MS 251 saws will gift customers with ADVANCE MS Ergo gloves, a filing kit, a forestry axe and a pair of clear contrast goggles. All of the chainsaw models within the promotion are designed for domestic use, ideal for general maintenance tasks such as maintaining and felling small tress, through to cutting firewood in preparation for the winter months. The MSA 160 C-BQ and MSA 200 C-BQ form part of STIHL’s Pro Cordless range and combines high torque and excellent cutting capacity with impressive run times. For example, the MSA 200 C-BQ can run up to 45 minutes with the recommended AP 300 battery. The MS 180, MS 181, MS 211, MS 231 and MS 251 all feature economical 2-MIX engines and boast ErgoStart technology, ensuring the saw starts simply and efficiently, regardless of the weather conditions. For more information STIHL’s chainsaw promotion and its extensive range of machinery, please visit www.stihl.co.uk.
  6. The STIHL chainsaw promotion is back by popular demand where users can receive STIHL accessories worth up to £87 when purchasing selected cordless and petrol chainsaws. With the promotion running until 14th December 2018, any customer purchasing either a cordless MSA 160 C-BQ or MSA 200 C-BQ chainsaw, as well as a petrol powered MS 180 or MS 181, before this date will receive a pair of clear contrast goggles, a filing kit and ADVANCE MS Ergo gloves free of charge. For users looking for a bigger saw, purchasing the petrol powered MS 211, MS 231 or the MS 251 saws will gift customers with ADVANCE MS Ergo gloves, a filing kit, a forestry axe and a pair of clear contrast goggles. All of the chainsaw models within the promotion are designed for domestic use, ideal for general maintenance tasks such as maintaining and felling small tress, through to cutting firewood in preparation for the winter months. The MSA 160 C-BQ and MSA 200 C-BQ form part of STIHL’s Pro Cordless range and combines high torque and excellent cutting capacity with impressive run times. For example, the MSA 200 C-BQ can run up to 45 minutes with the recommended AP 300 battery. The MS 180, MS 181, MS 211, MS 231 and MS 251 all feature economical 2-MIX engines and boast ErgoStart technology, ensuring the saw starts simply and efficiently, regardless of the weather conditions. For more information STIHL’s chainsaw promotion and its extensive range of machinery, please visit www.stihl.co.uk. View full record
  7. Steve Bullman

    Does Sat Nav ever work well?

    Its because you live in Wales! 😀 I’ve had similar problems in Cornwall
  8. Steve Bullman

    Vat business split

    Why wouldn’t you want to he vat registered for fencing?
  9. Steve Bullman

    Woodchip Required

    sending a pm with a link now
  10. Steve Bullman

    Woodchip Required

    Welcome Gordon. I have a new tip site directory going live in a matter of days. Would you like to submit a listing?
  11. Steve Bullman

    New tip site directory coming soon

    Maths don't add up. The apps would cost a minimum of £3000 to make, and that would be just the initial costs. Then everytime apple updates its iOS the app will need further updating. Selling it at £1, after apple took their bite of the cherry would leave me about 63p per app sold. I am considering a donate button on the listings, although I doubt it would be used. Ultimately its all a part of the bigger picture in adding value to Arbtalk. It would be nice if it could pay for itself though as I am considerably out of pocket on this little project!
  12. Steve Bullman

    Wage! How much should the going rate be?

    I see your logic Mike, but doubt it would actually work out that way, not on a big scale at least
  13. Steve Bullman

    Personal accident insurance - which company?

    I previously had my insurance with them. Easy company to deal with and competitively priced. Never had to claim though, thats where the most valuable feedback lies I guess
  14. Steve Bullman

    New tip site directory coming soon

    Just 2 at the moment. Hopefully will get a lot more when we go live in a couple days
  15. Steve Bullman

    the 'todays job' thread

    Pretty big for an Elm...theres still a few about!

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