• Pension SIPP

    Planning for the Future: A Guide to Retirement for Freelancers and the Self-Employed

    A Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) is a type of personal pension that gives you a wide range of investment choices.

  • Child Benefit

    Separating couples with children and child benefit: What you need to know

    If you and your partner are separating, you need to decide who will continue to claim child benefit.

  • Closed Redundancy

    Do I need to complete a Self Assessment tax return if I have redundancy pay?

    Yes, if either of the following applies:

  • Pension

    Plan your retirement income with the UK government's online tool

    Retirement is a time when many people look forward to relaxing and enjoying their golden years.

  • Construction Industry Scheme

    How the New VAT Checks to CIS Subcontractors Will Work

    The new VAT checks to CIS subcontractors will come into effect on 6 April 2024.

  • Bank account

    Bank accounts for freelancers

    As a freelancer, it's important to have a dedicated bank account for your business.

  • Side Hustle Additional Income

    The Online Sell-Off: HMRC Cracks Down, But Is It Fair Play?

    HMRC's recent move to require online platforms like eBay and Vinted to report seller information has stirred a hornet's nest.

  • Getting paid faster

    Hey small business owners & freelancers, want to get paid 70% faster? Here's how

    Getting paid on time is essential for any small business or freelancer. But it can be tough to chase down late payments, especially when you're busy with other things.

  • CIS tradesman

    What CIS workers need to know and provide when working with their accountant

    The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) is a government scheme that is designed to reduce tax evasion in the construction industry.

  • Child Benefit

    Who is eligible to receive child benefit?

    Child benefit is a government payment to parents and guardians of children under the age of 16, or under the age of 20 if they are still in full-time education.

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