We take a closer look at the differences between unsecured and secured business loans, to help you decide which may be better suited to your business.
Whether you're a freelancer, contractor or employee, you're still protected to a variety of workers rights. Our guide explores the law around this.
Why use online accounting software when you can download an Excel spreadsheet for free? Well, the reasons are numerous.
Anyone who is defined as a 'worker' is entitled to a selection of workers rights. We look at the minim wage, overtime, equal pay and unpaid experience.
You've pitched, landed the job, delivered your work...and now it's time to get your money. But how do you do that? Luckily, help is at hand! We give you the lowdown on what your invoice should include as well as links to handy free templates and software.
Crunch are excited to reveal the latest improvements to our online accounting software and introduce our new platform - Ada, in honour of Ada Lovelace!
Toby Osbourn went self-employed in order to take control of his own financial security. Backed by a strong support network, the gamble has paid off Toby and his business Tosbourn Ltd.
HMRC's recent IR35 email campaign to GSK clients has raised a few eyebrows - but what should you do if HMRC ask for proof of your employment status?
Fixed Term Contracts have always been popular with employers as a way to fill a 'gap' for a temporary period, but we also know they can be abused.
Thinking about leaving your job and becoming self-employed? Ask yourself these questions first to help you decide if this is the right career move for you.
Leaving a steady job to become an IT contractor or IT consultant can be hard, but there are steps you can take to make the transition easier.