As a self-employed person, there are many relief allowances and expenses you can claim back to reduce your tax payments.
Read this article if you want to know about them.
If you are a builder and think that you are exempt from wearing a safety-helmet, just because you are self-employed – think again! There are many reasons why you should re-consider this, the most important is safety reasons.
Being self-employed isn’t as easy as you may think, especially when dealing with the taxman. Here are five important things you need to know about the Class 4 National Insurance and what to do to avoid any headaches later on.
If you are in the construction business and are self-employed, there are certain things you need to know to get the ball rolling. Read on to know more about the Construction Industry Scheme.
Don’t fear the tax men. As long as you know what to do, when to do it and how to do it, things should relatively be easy.
This article aims to guide you on the basics of Tax Returns.
Becoming a self employed farm worker:
Roles, potential earnings, skills and training, risks and insurance, registering as self employed and paying taxes.
Everything you need to know about Class 2 contributions.
This will clarify what Class 2 contributions are, how much payment is required and when non payment is an option.
This guide answers the question “Can I use my mother as a babysitter while I’m self employed?” by exploring the process of registration as being self employed and the question of whether grandmothers can be paid under government schemes as carers.
This article looks at the pros and cons of working as a self employed builder.
In it various ways of working in the construction industry are explored.
This guide discusses the ins and outs of claiming unemployment benefits as a self employed person.
Included are tips on how to ensure you always get the right award of benefit and the benefits you are entitled to.