Setting up a limited company is the most tax-efficient way to operate as a contractor – subject to your contracts falling outside of IR35. Our short guide will help you…
Are you an IT contractor or thinking about becoming an IT contractor?
IT contractors and freelancers are high in demand, as their specialist skills are highly sought after and recruiters and clients all over the UK are constantly looking to fill in skills gaps with flexible IT professionals. This means IT contractors and freelancers have the potential to negotiate for higher rates of pay than ever before depending on how high in-demand their skills are.
IT and technology firms everywhere are moving to increase their cyber security and gain a competitive edge in the industry, so being an IT contractor in this environment could offer you a rewarding and fulfilling career, and help you further develop your skills and experience as an IT professional.
There is a wide variety of IT contract roles available, including IT Support, JAVA Developer, Test Analyst, and Technical Architect, to name a few.
If you are thinking of becoming an IT contractor or have already done so, you may find you need support of your own to help you with invoicing your clients or agency, managing your payroll, completing tax returns, filing your end of year accounts, and more.