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Self Employed

Sole Trader Vs. Umbrella Vs. PSC

Arguably the biggest appeal to becoming working independently is the flexibility; that you get to set your own terms when it comes to your career

Agency Workers

What is a Preferred Supplier List?

When working through a recruitment agency, your agency may be required to treat you as an employee in terms of, amongst other things, deductions to

Self Employed

What is off-payroll working?

Off-payroll working is very closely linked with another piece of legislation: IR35. Though the two pieces of legislation are different, they are two sides of

Agency Workers

What are Key Information Documents (KIDs)?

As from 06 April 2020, new legislation requires all agency workers to receive a key information document (KID) from any new employment agency that they

Agency Workers

What is an umbrella company?

If you’re an agency worker, contractor, or other type of independent worker, then you may have heard of the term ‘umbrella company’.  But what on

Self Employed

What is IR35?

If you’re a self-employed contractor, you may have heard of the term ‘IR35’, particularly if you work via your own limited company. IR35 has had

Agency Workers

Why am I paying employers’ NICs?

If you’re a contractor or agency worker, and have signed up to an umbrella company, you may be wondering why you’re paying employers’ national insurance

Agency Workers

What is a hybrid model?

If you’re an agency or an agency worker, you may have heard of the term ‘hybrid model’, also known as ‘EDM’ or elective deduction model.

Agency Workers

What is joint employment?

As an agency worker you may have heard of the term ‘joint employment’. But what exactly is joint employment, and how can it affect you

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