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Scaling up is not a 2018 aim for most contractors
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:05 09/01/18
As many as seven in 10 freelancers and contractors intend to remain one man enterprises and not scale their business in 2018 and beyond.
Self-employment boost productivity growth
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:42 09/01/18
Freelancer group has claimed that increasing self-employment has contributed to the latest Government figures which show that productivity levels grew at the highest rate for six years.
Merry TaXmas some Christmas-themed tax facts
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:23 22/12/17
If you are the kind of person that finds cracker jokes too exciting, the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has five fun Christmas-themed tax facts to keep friends and family entertained this Christmas:
Avoid a January hangover for tax self-assessment
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:49 18/12/17
As the UK prepares for Christmas and the New Year, freelancers and small business owners are reminded not to leave tax self-assessment too late in January.
Self-employment continues to rise
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 14:45 13/12/17
Self-employment continues to rise, showing the growing desire for flexible working solutions, as the latest employment figures show an ongoing resilience in the UK labour market.
Small firms failing to prepare for new data laws
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:55 11/12/17
With less than nine months to go until the introduction of strict new data protection and privacy laws, three-quarters of small and medium-sized enterprises have yet to even start preparing for the new regulation.
Surge in self employed in financial services
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:14 06/12/17 | Comments: 1
There has been a surge in self-employment in financial services whereas employment continues to decline in the sector.
Spread the (tax free) Christmas cheer
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:00 05/12/17
With the dark nights closing in and the festive season getting closer, the accountancy body, ICAEW, is reminding businesses of some Christmas joy.
Despite tax uncertainty, growth in self-employment
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 15:11 29/11/17
Amid ongoing uncertainty surrounding tax and the future of IR35, the majority of freelancers and contractors are confident independent working will continue to grow.
Demand for contractors slips - as 'off payroll' rules hit
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:16 28/11/17
Professional recruitment firms reported that overall vacancy numbers for contract roles dipped by 10 per cent in October 2017, while demand for permanent professionals remained largely stable.
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