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As the term suggests, when operating as a sole trader you’re running your business as an individual. Being a sole trader merely means that there’s no legal distinction between the owner and the business.Part of our range of jargon-free explanations of the legal structures out there for the self-employed.
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.
Unsure of the difference between cash-flow and capital? Business jargon can often be complicated, especially if you're just getting started. We've compiled a glossary of some often-used business and accounting terms and provided easy to understand definitions, with links to further info where appropriate.
Don’t worry, it’s not as confusing as it seems. Here's what you need to know about share value and capital when setting up a limited company.
What can freelancers and contractors do if they are injured during their job at a client's premises? We explore the legislation.
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.
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.
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