Category: Contractor

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What should a contractor consider when saving for retirement

What should a contractor consider when saving for retirement?

Saving for retirement as a contractor requires significant planning and shrewd budgeting, but it is not as challenging as many self-employed... Read more

Public sector IR35 changes – 6 months on

IR35 changes in the Public Sector – 6 months on

We are now 6 months on from the IR35 changes made in the public sector – how time flies when you’re having fun! It feels to me like we are... Read more

Best Gadgets for Contractors in 2017

Best Gadgets for Contractors in 2017

We all know that in this day and age technology makes the world go round, and for the majority of us, without it we would be lost. We have all become... Read more

Freelancing and keeping ahead of the competition - Top 5 tips

Freelancing and keeping ahead of the competition

When freelancing, a strong portfolio, a confident hourly rate and strong networking skills are some of the ways you can push your career to the next... Read more

What expenses should I claim and why should I claim them

What expenses should I claim and why should I claim them?

One of the benefits of working as a limited company contractor is the opportunity to claim tax relief on a wide variety of business related expenses.... Read more

Public sector IR35 changes – 6 months on

Will IR35 affect the private sector?

With the recent changes to IR35 in the public sector taking hold, thoughts often turn to whether the same changes will take hold in the private... Read more

Due Diligence Analyst

A day in the life of a Due Diligence Analyst

Here we speak to Brookson customer, Ebenezer, who walks us through a typical day in the life of a Due Diligence Analyst… Q. What is your job... Read more

Business Development Manager looking for Limited Company

Limited Vs Umbrella – Calculate and Know the Difference

Working through your own Limited company or as an Umbrella? Which is better for you? A question many, if not all contractors go through when starting... Read more

Contractor working in workshop

Have you checked your insurance excesses?

Insurance excesses are a big deal and contractor insurance is no exception. Chances are, you’re already familiar with the concept of insurance... Read more

Taylor Review Recommends New Dependent Contractor Status

The government’s Taylor Review (published July 11th) laid out a host of recommendations for employment law. A new dependent contractor status,... Read more

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