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Legislation change effecting Umbrella Employees

Thursday 12 April 2018

Optional remuneration arrangements (OpRA) introduced in the Finance Bill 2017, comes into full effect for all umbrella employees on 6 April 2018 after “grandfathering” provisions allowed a 12 month “bedding in period”.

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Brookson One launch a CIS solution

Friday 23 March 2018

Brookson One are continuing to support our recruitment partners by launching new services for the flexible workforce and have now launched a CIS solution to ...

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Brookson One to attend Security Cleared Expo Bristol 2018

Friday 16 February 2018

This April, Brookson One will be showcasing at the Security Cleared Expo taking place on Thursday 5th April 2018 at UWE Exhibition and Conference Centre, ...

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7 THINGS RECRUITMENT AGENCIES NEED TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT REGARDING THE GDPR CHANGES

Thursday 15 February 2018

Top tips for Recruiters in relation to GDPR

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Recruiters, Make your supply chain work for you

Monday 5 March 2018

There are a compelling range of benefits to be gained by recruiters who implement a PSL. Some use a PSL to manage compliance risks & to give their client’s reassurance that ...

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KEVIN GREEN JOINS BROOKSON AS NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Wednesday 14 February 2018

The Brookson Group is pleased to announce that Kevin Green is joining the organisation as a non-executive director from the 16th March 2018. Green has been the chief executive of ...

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Latest Industry News

Wednesday 24 January 2018

Many people become self-employed to increase the amount of money they take home. Working for yourself means the money you make goes straight to you, after all, rather than going through your boss. However, that doesn't mean you can just neglect your financial responsibilities, of which your pension is one of the most important. Saving money for your ...

Monday 22 January 2018

The collapse of Carillion has been a major issue for contractors throughout the UK, as small businesses are faced with the prospect of not getting paid for the work they have performed for the firm. As a result, a group of banks has met with several government ministers to offer support for the affected SMEs. Business secretary Greg Clark, economic ...

Monday 15 January 2018

The IR35 reforms in the public sector have been very controversial across many parts of the self-employed landscape, as organisations such as the NHS find themselves dealing with the administrative costs of the changes. Contractors have found themselves being taxed differently, and in many cases being financially worse off as a result. However, despite the ...

Monday 15 January 2018

For many self-employed people, January is a nightmare of last-minute accounting. After all, the deadline for filing self-assessment tax returns online is January 31st, and that's the only option for anyone yet to complete theirs; the deadline for the paper form was back in October. This means that for a large number of freelancers, January is spent ...

Wednesday 10 January 2018

The new year has begun, which is traditionally a time for people to think about the 12 months that are to come and what they might change to make them better. If you run a limited company you will be familiar with this, as you will need to be constantly preparing for the future in order to maximise your profits. However, it seems that many business owners ...

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