The Government has announced a reform of holiday pay rules which will allow many temporary workers to receive ‘rolled up’ holiday pay – reducing the chances of unscrupulous providers pocketing unclaimed (accrued) holiday funds.
As a limited company owner, you will incur a variety of business expenses whilst running your business. Here, we look at which expenses are ‘allowable’ for tax purposes.
With the festive season almost upon us, we look at how you can keep HMRC happy when making claims for gifts and entertainment.
It’s probably not a subject that many people think about and by the time they need to think about it, it’s too late! This is what happens when you are incapacitated and you haven’t appointed someone with a Power of Attorney to run your business when you can’t.
If you’ve reached the decision to say goodbye to the old hello to the new, where should you start when switching accountants? And how does the process of moving over your accounts work – aka professional clearance?
When running a Limited Company for the first time, you’ll come across lots of new accounting teminology. When it comes to payroll, one of these terms may be the ‘P11D’.
In this article, a recruitment expert explains why LinkedIn has become such an essential tool for contractors and recruiters, and what you can do to boost your online profile.
A tweak to the current off payroll working (IR35) rules – known as the ‘IR35 offset’ could come into force from April 2024. This change would put an end to cases of double taxation when HMRC successfully overturns an ‘outside IR35’ determination.
If you decide to contract via an umbrella company, you will be entitled to receive holiday pay (as an employee of the company). Here we look at what holiday pay is, and how it is calculated.
Given that the attention span of recruiters and clients is notoriously short, we asked an expert for ten concise tips on how to craft the perfect contracting CV.