Self Employed means working for yourself which can mean being set up as a Sole Trader for tax purposes. As a firm helping individuals and small businesses for decades we are well placed to offer help and advice for the self employed.

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How Does IR35 Affect My Business?

Are you affected by IR35 tax legislation? If so it is important to know the rules. IR35 is a set of rules concerning tax and National Insurance contributions if you work through an intermediary via a contract.

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Register Self Employment

There are a number of reasons you may need to register for HMRC Self-Assessment, even if you are full time employed.

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One of the most common questions we get asked by our self-employed clients is 'Am I allowed to claim such-and-such as a business expenses?'

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Tax Returns Deadline Catch Up – 15th October 2013 Are you behind with your tax returns? Put it aside for a few years and not got round to dealing with it yet?

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Launching Own Business

Starting your own business can be a daunting task. When the initial excitement passes and the reality of what you are taking on starts to hit home, it can be enough to put some people off the whole idea altogether.

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New Book-Keeping Help for Taxi Drivers

Find out about our new bookkeeping help for taxi drivers booklet.

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How to Keep Records for the Self Employed

A quick guide on with pointers on how to keep records and set-up a record-keeping system. Guides you through the basic steps.

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Self Employed to Benefit from Pension Shake Up

Self employed people could be amongst the winners of the government’s new single tier pension.

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Wealthy Migrants Welcomed to UK

Wealthy foreigners are being encouraged to migrate to the UK in an effort to make Britain a desirable destination for rich migrants.

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Record Number of Self Employed Helps Keep Unemployment Down

An increase in the number of self employed people has contributed to an unexpected fall in UK unemployment last month, giving hopes that the labour market may be in a healthier condition than feared.

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