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As a sole trader, you’re not directly employed and you don't receive a salary or wage in the traditional sense. So, how do you pay yourself?
There are various ways your Employment can come to and - but if you are an Employee you have the right not to be unfairly dismissed.
Crunch's summary of the government's further consultation on how the proposed reforms to the IR35 rules for the private sector will be implemented.
All employers are required by law to have written disciplinary and dismissal procedures for employees and you must have access to this.
One of the differences between being paid by an employer and running your own business is having to sort out your own pay. You can do this by taking a salary from your limited company - in the same way as a regular employee. Here are the benefits of taking a high or a low salary, without the jargon.
A company year end can be a daunting undertaking for first-time limited company directors. However it needn't be the end of the world. Here's what you need to know to get your year end accounts sorted.
Some dismissals can be fair if the employer follows their disciplinary procedures correctly, but some dismissals are automatically unfair.
There are many different tax rates in the UK affecting both individuals and businesses - we've pulled them all together so you can keep on top of them.