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Finances can be a tricky subject when you’re self-employed. When you work for yourself, there’s more to think about than just cashing your paycheck at the end of the month. You’re in charge of your payroll, your accounts and your tax return, so it’s vital that you’re clued up. As part of the ongoing advice and support available, we are able to offer financial advice for all aspects of your lifestyle. We believe that you should be supported throughout the entirety of your career, not just at the beginning.
There’s plenty of free information available to assist you with everything from your payment options to your taxes. So whatever you need support with when it comes to your company’s finances, we’re here to help.
In our guide, we discuss some of the key points you need to know about Corporation Tax. Learn what Corporation Tax is, how it's calculated and when it's due.
As a contractor, you may have some questions about Statutory Sick Pay (SSP). In this article, we run through everything you need to know.
In our sole trader tax guide, we look at the types and amount of tax a sole trader is likely to pay, as well as other tax-related topics.
In our guide we explain what both the National Minimum Wage and Living Wage mean, and why they matter for contractors and the self-employed.
The P60 document shows all your employment income and deductions in a particular tax year. Learn more about the P60 in our guide.
Are you self-employed and wondering how to make student loan repayments? We've outlined all you need to know in our guide.
What is Entrepreneurs' Relief? In our guide, we explain what Entrepreneurs' Relief is, how it’s changing and the potential impact on you.
What is bitcoin? Our guide to cryptocurrency contains everything contractors need to know about cryptocurrency and its tax implications.
As a contractor, there are a variety of taxes that apply to you. In our guide, we explore the topic of contractor tax.
Being self-employed means making your own National Insurance contributions. Take a look at our guide on how to plan and budget for this.
In our guide, we share HMRC's stance on Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs), along with some tips and advice to keep you compliant.
As a contractor, there's different methods of payment. We've looked at umbrella companies, limited companies, sole traders and partnerships.
As a contractor, tax is one of your responsibilities. We've listed the most common tax rates and allowances in the UK for 2021/22.
In the UK, employers operate in an auto enrolment pension scheme. How does this affect contractors? Our guide explains how.
Looking to better understand your finances before the financial year ends? Discover all you need to know for the tax year-end.
No matter how prepared you are, a PAYE and NIC inspection can still catch you off guard. Find out how to best prepare with our free guide.
Being a contractor doesn't mean missing out on employee benefits such as childcare vouchers. Find how you can still benefit.
Getting a mortgage can be difficult when you're self-employed. Thanks to our partnership with CMME, finding a mortgage is simple.
Finding a mortgage doesn't have to be hard when you're a contractor. Our partner CMME is here to help you with the process.
Contractor mortgages are now much easier to secure, thanks to specialist lenders. We've answered your most asked contractor mortgage FAQs.
Contractor pensions are your responsibility as a limited company director. We discuss personal pension contributions, tax relief and more.
Struggling to find a mortgage as a contractor? Thanks to our partnership with CMME, the process couldn't be easier. Find out more here.
Looking for a mortgage? We've put together some tips to help contractors with their search and improve their chances of success.
What is Value Added Tax (VAT)? In our guide, we discuss the basics, the process of VAT registration, and its impact on your business.
A large number of hairdressers are self-employed and this trend is growing. We've listed the types of expenses a self-employed hairdresser could incur.