IT is set to be a prosperous sector for contractors in 2016, with an ongoing skills shortage leading to many contract opportunities for IT and technology professionals. If you are looking to start your contracting career, you need to make sure your IT knowledge is up to scratch with the latest industry developments.
Social media has become a fantastic tool for businesses and individuals to promote their business or brand. It can also be a great tool with which to conduct research and gather information, especially for your recruiters and potential clients looking for new opportunities with contractors.
Being a contractor has the added benefit of not being restricted to traditional office hours, so this March, use flexible working hours and locations to your advantage and enjoy some of these top sports from around the world.
Do the terms ‘rechargeable’ and ‘non-rechargeable’ expenses confuse you? We break down the differences of both to help you operate your limited company efficiently, and explain how these expenses can help you to maximise your take home pay further.
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.