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The government is introducing changes to IR35 legislation in April 2020. What do contractors need to do to ensure they're ready for the new rules?
Confused about how to go about managing your repayments? Don’t sweat, here’s all you need to know about student loan repayment when you’re self-employed.
What are your responsibilities as a limited company director? We explain what you need to file with Companies House & HMRC so you can keep on top of things.
There is very little difference in employment law between England and Wales, some differences in Scotland but important differences in Northern Ireland.
Following changes introduced by HMRC in 2017, responsibility for determining your IR35 status depends on whether you work in the private or public sector.
If you don’t file your Self Assessment and pay any tax due by 31st January deadline you’ll face fines – and potential extra penalties. Here's all the info.
A Self Assessment tax return is one of the most significant tax documents you’ll be dealing with when you’re self-employed. Here's what you need to know.
From 6th April 2020, all new agency workers must be given a ‘key information document’ (KID) before agreeing terms with an employment business or agency.
We take a closer look at how the new Flat Rate VAT scheme and the Limited Cost Trader test will affect you if you’re a VAT registered small business.
There are often limited company business expenses that go unclaimed, which means you could end up paying more tax than you need to.
How long does trademarking a company last? How much does it cost? What's the difference between trademarking a company & registering one? All this and more.
What are teh EU Driver's Hours Rules and how will they affect small businesses? We take a look at the exemptions, the rules and the duties involved.
Tax credits are an incentive for people to remain in low-waged employment instead of seeking similar benefits in unemployment.
As a sole trader, your business will naturally incur running costs. The good news is that many of these running costs can be claimed as business expenses,
We look in detail at all the points you need to consider and the documents you need when employing staff, casual workers and freelancers / contractors.