What to claim on expenses

New contractors are sometimes confused over what they can claim as an expenses. It’s an area of contracting that can often be murky, so in this post we will lay out the details of exactly what you’re allowed to claim. The Rules Like all things related to the working world, there… View Article
Jude Eze Jude Eze , 28 December 2017

Choosing an accountant as a limited company contractor

Many benefits go hand-in-hand with contracting as a limited company. These include the tax efficiencies and advantages of incorporation, as well as a reduced level of personal liability as a limited company director. It also offers a more professional corporate image. As the director of a limited company, you have full… View Article
Chelsie Richardson Chelsie Richardson , 21 December 2017

What does the Autumn Budget mean for contractors?

Announced on Wednesday 22nd November 2017, the Autumn Budget has always made for essential reading for professionals serving a whole host of industry sectors. With an aim to “help families to cope with the cost of living”, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced a number of plans regarding tax, housing and travel,… View Article
Jennifer Gannon Jennifer Gannon , 14 December 2017

When does IR35 legislation not apply

IR35 legislation was originally introduced back in April 2000, but was subject to reform in the public sector in April 2017. The revised off-payroll working rules have dominated headlines both on and off the web. With rules based on the most complex employment case law, understanding the rules and how… View Article
Jude Eze Jude Eze , 7 December 2017