For over a year, the UK workforce has been urged to work from home where possible. But with the end of the pandemic in sight, when will bosses call their workers back into the office? Or could we in...
If you're using an umbrella company for your payroll or are interested in using one, you'll be familiar with umbrella company take home pay calculations. If you're not familiar - they're an estimate of how much you should expect...
A new report has been released by the Loan Charge All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG). The report entitled ‘Inquiry on How Contracting Should Work’, investigations how contractors and freelancers should operate and how they should be taxed. It also makes...
Despite only being announced a few days ago, the proposed European Super League has hit almost every news channel throughout Europe and even the world. The new football competition offered for the 2023/24 season will see 20 of Europe’s...
If you’re a UK contractor, an underrated source of information and the latest news is social media, and especially Twitter. Twitter is a handy platform, and many UK organisations have an active presence. If you’re a contractor, freelancer, or...
We recently wrote a post about a ground-breaking umbrella report by the LITRG - and it's an awesome read. However, we've come across another new guide that tackles several complex topics surrounding umbrella companies and we wanted to share...
Yup – you guessed it - another umbrella company focused blog. And this time, we’re looking at umbrella company expenses. As more and more contractors find themselves inside IR35, demand for umbrella companies has risen like never before. Therefore,...
We've aimed this blog at the tens of thousands of professionals who work in the recruitment sector. If you are responsible for placing temporary workers in assignments around the country, you'll probably need to refer them to third-party organisations,...
The 2021/22 tax year will commence from 6th April 2021, and with it comes new figures for the year ahead. We've put the following short blog together to cover essential tax information and changes for the 2021/22 tax year.  National...
Rolled out in 2000, HMRC introduced IR35 legislation to stop disguised employees from taking advantage of tax breaks that they shouldn't be entitled to. IR35 has always been spoken about, but it's been a very hot topic recently, as...