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.
What is the Minimum Wage if you are Self Employed?
We explain the differenced between the National Minimum Wage and Living Wage, and why these matter for contractors and the self-employed.
What is a P60 Tax Form?
The P60 document shows all your employment income and deductions in a particular tax year.
Guide to Student Loan Repayments when Self-Employed
If you are self-employed, repaying your student loan follows a different process. Learn more about the repayment process.
What is Entrepreneurs’ Relief?
What is Entrepreneurs' Relief and who is eligible? We've answered all of your questions about this topic in our guide.
As a contractor, there are a variety of taxes that apply to you. In our guide, we explore the topic of contractor tax.
Guide to National Insurance Planning
Being self-employed means making your own National Insurance contributions. Take a look at our guide on how to plan and budget for this.