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The love of freelancing
We were lucky enough to take part in a live Twitter chat organised by Freelancing Women and Talented Ladies Club
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The Budget 2016: Mostly good and a little bad
On 16th March 2016, the Chancellor George Osborne stepped up to the despatch box to deliver his eighth Budget. This
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Building solid foundations: Investing in property
Thinking of investing in property? Not sure if you should purchase a buy to let property in your personal name(s)
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Numbers Matter
Research carried out in 2014 showed that only 30% of company directors in the UK are women. This figure covers
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Forming a limited company? Read our top tips from company directors
Running your own company is hugely rewarding, seeing it grow from strength to strength gives an enormous sense of pride.
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31st January: The deadline for paying self-assessment tax
31st January is approaching. This is the deadline for paying 14/15 tax due, payments on account and filing 14/15 tax
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6th April: Major changes to the way dividends are taxed
The existing system of grossing-up dividends will be abolished and replaced with a simple rate of tax on net dividends.
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HMRC confirms no IR35 change until 2017
Contractors working under constant fear of changing tax rules can relax – for a while at least. The government has
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HMRC hails ‘most successful year’ as it’s boss is awarded a Damehood
HM Revenue and Customs has been criticised for hailing it’s “most successful year” ever in a report detailing positive results
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Summer Budget 2015: Key Points at a Glance
The 8 July Budget contained a number of measures with implications for personal and business finances. Here’s a quick round-up
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