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VAT Domestic Reverse Charge Delayed until March 21

16 June 2020

A 12-month delay has been announced by the Government for the UK-wide rollout of the new VAT domestic reverse charge within the construction industry. The reverse charge had been set to come into force on October 1st, 2020.

Top 5 ways to minimise your expenses

24 March 2020

You might have been made redundant, put on furlough, or you’re still working. Whatever your current situation, you’re probably keen to keep your spending down. We’ve gathered five top tips on what you can do to minimise your outgoings.

IR35 delayed in light of COVID-19

18 March 2020

In a surprising announcement last week in response to the COVID-19 crisis, the off-payroll reforms have been delayed until 6th April 2021. We take a look at what that means for contractors.

What is Class 4 National Insurance? | Sole Trader Nl

09 January 2020

National insurance (NI) is a tax you pay on any earnings and income when you start work. The national insurance contributions you make help to pay for things like state benefits, statutory sick pay, maternity leave, and various other employment benefits.

Self-employed health: Are you neglecting yours?

12 December 2019

Working for yourself comes with stacks of benefits. From choosing how you work to who you work with, being self-employed gives more than 4.98 million people in the UK the opportunity to be their own boss. But the latest research from AIG Life has found that life as a self-employed person might have unexpected health implications.

Here's what you need to know about the UK's ULEZ scheme

19 August 2019

London has suffered illegal levels of air pollution for many years, having been at the heart of the Industrial Revolution and a centre for innovation through the centuries. The pollution will continue to be a problem if something isn’t done about it. This is why the ULEZ scheme was introduced.

Everything you need to know about VAT

06 August 2019

If you're self-employed, you'll need to know about VAT. We’re here to debunk some of the myths and help you understand how, as a self-employed person working in the UK, you can use VAT registration to your advantage.