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.
2016 promises to be the biggest year yet for architecture and design exhibitions. With events taking place all over the world and predicted attendance of over 55,000 delegates, we give you a run-down of the key dates for your diary.
With the changes to Travel and Subsistence coming this April, thousands of contractors working through umbrella companies will see their take home pay reduced.
In the 2015 Autumn Statement, George Osborne announced an Apprenticeship Levy that will come into effect in April 2017. The purpose of this scheme is to help fund apprenticeships and “invest in Britain’s future”, but the question is, who will foot the bill? Probably you.
Recent changes to legislation have led many contractors to ask: how easy is it to leave my umbrella company? Leaving an umbrella company is a quick and easy process, and many contractors are switching to the more tax efficient limited company model. We explain how to make this happen.
A Personal Tax Return must be completed by contractors, sole traders, self-employed individuals and those who receive rental income. This year, don’t be one of thousands who forget!
The internet is a vital tool for modern contractors in all kinds of industries, and promoting your personal website can be the key to truly making a success of contracting. Your website is often the driving force behind finding new work and can really be the turning point in your contracting career.
The January 31st 2016 deadline is drawing near… you must complete your Personal Tax Return now.