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Professional Indemnity insurance should be considered by any self-employed worker who is providing design, advice or specifications.
Don't have a fixed place of work and travel directly to clients? The ECJ decided in September 2015 that travel time counts as working time. We take a look.
Starting this month, HMRC is introducing a new way of collecting personal tax, called Simple Assessment. Here's what the self-employed need to know.
Those who don't learn from history are condemned to repeat it. If you don’t have an understanding of why businesses fail, your startup is doomed.
The mission at Explaain is to make it 10 times easier to read the news. Here's how Jeremy Evans built the company from the ground up & his top tips for you.
Deliveroo has indicated it’s prepared to provide riders with benefits, and has called for the creation of a new classification for gig economy workers.
Direct Earnings Attachment policy gives the Department for Work and Pensions the power to ask you to deduct money from an employee. What can you do?
A bike courier working for CitySprint has won a case giving her rights to holiday pay, Statutory Sick Pay, and the Minimum Wage.