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If you're an aspiring freelance sound engineer, these tips from Phil Hutchins will help you work out where to start and whether the time is right.
Some clients insert non-compete clauses into contracts, curbing your freedom to work. But you don’t need to be held captive. We explain without the jargon.
The competition watchdog, the CMA, has ordered Britain’s banks to make switching small business bank accounts easier. How effective will this be?
If you secure overseas business, what do you need to consider when sending your contractors, your employees, or even just yourself abroad?
The Government are proceeding with the plans announced in Budget 2016 to change IR35 rules in relation to those working for the public sector.
Case study: When a design agency was suffering with unpaid invoices it decided to enlist the help of Crunch Collections. Read the full story.
We’ve all done it, yet most freelancers will have regretted it at some stage. Here's a few who have had enough of being asked to work for free.
As a freelancer, is it best to gear yourself towards being a generalist, or sell your services as a specialist? We put our tuppence in.
As of our latest data, just a third of people starting a new business with us are female - although that number is quickly growing.
Recent changes to the way you claim travel and subsistence expenses have left small business owners bewildered. We take a close look.