As a firm of contractor accountants, we know that it can be a challenge for contractors to focus when working from a home office. With mobiles, TV and potentially other family members around, it’s easy to be distracted. With Thursday 25th February 2016 being National Motivation Day, we have decided to compile our top 6 tips on how to remain focused and productive when working from your home office as a contractor.
If you are bored of looking at the fluffy dice that hang from your rear-view mirror and want the latest in automotive technology to improve your car journeys, then look no further.
You’ve completed your Personal Tax Return now (or at least we hope so), so why not sit back and relax whilst you read our blog on some of the worst excuses submitted to HMRC by those who filed a late Tax Return.
Every day, thousands of permanent and temporary employees commute to work and it costs them money to do so. Contractors outside IR35 legislation can claim these costs as a business expense.
Are you stressed about your late Personal Tax Return and the late fee that has just landed on your digital doorstep from HM Revenue & Customs? Our blog has some top tips on what to do next and advice on how you might get that fee waived.
Chinese New Year falls on Monday 8th February. In the Chinese lunar calendar, each year is associated with one of 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac.
2015 was a turbulent year for the contractor industry, with many changes announced to take effect in April 2016, such as the removal of Travel and Subsistence. Despite the challenges, contracting is set to continue to grow as an ideal career path, especially for IT and Finance professionals. What will this year have in store for contractors? What market trends and changes can contractors expect to see this year?
Each year, thousands of people miss the deadline to submit their Personal Tax Returns. This results in mounting late fees from HM Revenue & Customs, not to mention the huge amount of anxiety felt over the confusion and uncertainty of how to complete the Tax Return.
With Valentine’s Day coming soon, love is most definitely in the air. Lavish gifts and sharing special moments are custom for expressing your love to the one you cherish the most. For all of you romantics at heart, we have compiled a list of our top five ideas on how you can woo your beloved this Valentine’s Day.