The new tax year for 2019/20 begins on Saturday, 6th April 2019. There are some key changes you need to be aware of that could affect you as a limited company contractor – including a couple of changes that come into effect on the 1st of April.
In a bid to tackle fraud in the construction industry, HMRC will be introducing a domestic reverse charge which will take effect from October 2019. It will mean that the customer will now be liable to account for the VAT in purchases rather than the supplier.
International Women’s Day – Celebrating women and equality in contracting, freelancing and self-employment
International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on the 8th of March. To celebrate International Women’s Day, we take a look at how women are thriving as contractors and freelancers in the UK.
Contractors and freelancers working through a limited company can benefit greatly from taking initiative with their pensions. However, a recent report warns that freelancers are not saving enough for their retirement.
After a slow start in January, the contractor market has begun to pick up again as companies finalise budgets and begin to think about filling contracts. Now is the perfect time to take a look at how you could be marketing yourself and your business more productively.