If you’re a medical or health professional, such as a nurse, who is staffed by a recruitment agency, you should be aware of VAT concessions.
Moving from sole trader to limited company is a big decision, but it could have many benefits for your business. If you’ve operated as a sole trader up until now, here’s a how-to guide to starting a limited company.
The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week (14 – 20 May 2018) is stress. Contractors, freelancers, and self-employed professionals can experience stress due to job insecurity, financial standing, taxes and more.
Self-billing is a common practice for recruitment agencies who deal with contractors and freelancers. If you are on a self-billing arrangement for your contract, here is what you should know.
The deadline for filing self-assessment tax returns for the 2016/17 tax year was midnight on 31st January 2018. Any personal tax payments due also needed to be paid by this deadline. Have you still not filed your return or paid your self-assessment tax bill?
According to a Freedom for Information request by contractor resource firm Contractor Calculator, HMRC has admitted to not holding any detailed evidence that its own IR35 status check tool was tested for accuracy.
The new tax year will once again roll around on 6 April 2018. There are just a few weeks to prepare for incoming tax changes; our blog highlights some key changes for limited company contractors and freelancers.
13th March saw Chancellor Philip Hammond deliver his first Spring Statement – a miniature announcement compared to the Autumn Budget.
Each year on the 8th of March, International Women’s Day takes place to celebrate the achievements of women, and to promote gender parity.
It’s close to a year since the government rolled out off-payroll working rules for the public sector in April 2017. The government has implied over the last few months that if the public sector IR35 rules work, they would be adapted and rolled out to the private sector.