4 things to think about when planning your summer holiday

We’ve spoken before about the countless rewards that go hand-in-hand with independent contracting. Although there are inherent risks with contracting, a career as an independent or limited company contractor can be very rewarding, when handled correctly. One of the many plus points of contracting is having more freedom to choose… View Article
Jennifer Gannon Jennifer Gannon , 26 April 2018

How to turn a one-off contract into a long term client

IR35 legislation means penalties for securing long-term work from a single client. Getting regular work courtesy of several client relationships can provide the assurance and stability many independent professionals need to make contracting work for them. Turning that one-off contract into something a little longer term isn’t as easy as… View Article
Jude Eze Jude Eze , 19 April 2018

5 ways to find contracts

The job seeking process is a vital part of life for all contractors. Whatever industry you serve or your level of experience, you need to be able to find contracts and enjoy the benefits of a career as an independent contractor. Without consistent contract seeking, contracting can become an unprofitable… View Article
Tom Bell Tom Bell , 12 April 2018

A limited company contractor’s guide to Employment Allowance

Introduced back in 2014, Employment Allowance gave much hope to companies looking to lower their employer’s Class 1 National Insurance Contributions (NICs). Following its 2016 increase, more businesses and limited company contractors are looking to realise the benefits of Employment Allowance. But what do you need to know about this… View Article
Jennifer Gannon Jennifer Gannon , 5 April 2018