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If you're self-employed, you may spend a lot of time thinking about your objectives and goals for the future. We look at the ways you can achieve them.
What can freelancers and contractors do if they are injured during their job at a client's premises? We explore the legislation.
Freelancers and contractors will generally have no legal right to reinstatement if their Client terminates or chooses not to renew their contract.
With Snap, our new receipt scanning app all you have to do is take and upload a photo of the receipt or invoice for an expense.
Darren Fell, CEO of Crunch, said: "We welcome the government's commitment to adopt the recommendations from the Taylor report. We would however, urge caution that any response does not introduce more red tape, or reduce the ability for entrepreneurs to employ people flexibly."
What's the difference between working as a freelancer or working as an agency worker? And what is best for your small business? We take a look.
Half of the self-employed wanted to obtain a better work-life balance but research suggests many are working an additional 14 hours every week.
Freelance copywriter, Suzanne Lindfors, shares her thoughts on juggling freelance work with the demands of parenthood and more.
If you pay for something for your business with your own money don't forget to claim it back as a business expense, we show you how.
Public Liability Insurance won’t cover you retrospectively, so you should have it in place as soon as you start to interact with members of the public.
When you join Crunch Chorus you’ll get access to free business guides, self-employed meetups, an invoice generator, late payment letter templates and more.
How do you know when you might be needing more assistance and advice? We take a look at the ways in which you can find out if you need more help.
Looking to make your passion your business? Hear out these 10 self-employment tips from small business owners and get the ball rolling!
An estimated 22% of the UK’s working population are lone working, so employers and contractors need to consider if this is an issue for them.