Business Guides - Money Guides
Thinking of a second income from self-employment? There are complexities -- but they can be overcome with the right help and information.
What the self-employed need to know -- and do -- to navigate the complex mortgage maze with ease.
The definitive guide to preparing and sending invoices as a freelance sole trader.
Freelancers, learn how pre-trading expenses can help you when starting a freelance business and how to claim these expenses.
Are you claiming everything you’re entitled to, whether you’re on the road, at the client-site or working from home?
Wiping the slate clean is one way to deal with problem debt. But caution is advised, as is reaching out for advice.
Top tips for one of the USA’s 51million contingent workers, potentially paying the wrong taxman.
One in four freelancers are currently considering their position because of late payments.
There are a number of ways to get paid as a freelancer, so it is important to determine which method works best for you.
Not all escrow services are born equal. So get to know the fundamentals, and future, of a secure way to get paid for your next project.
‘Better to be a sole trader, if you want to claim for a subscription and an email account without HMRC issues.’
Freelancer writer, Charlotte Lorimer outlines the importance of opening a business bank account when you're self-employed.
Paper submissions can be complicated, it’s important to understand your exact responsibility.
If you’re considering investing in one or more cryptocurrencies, naturally you’ll wonder about how HMRC will view them.
Revealed: the numbers sole traders need to crunch to show how much money they can pocket.
How much the taxman’s new system will cost sole traders who pay late or submit late.
Invoices, self-assessment and trading in dollars – just some of the queries troubling an apologetic freelancer.
Top tips for a designer who’s been jobless for as many months as their new contract is set to last.
Tax tips for a mum-to-be, half onto something even before knowing the answers to her queries.
Lockdown shouldn’t put a padlock on freelancers tactfully asking for a rate that reflects their hard work.
'The Revenue’s way to identify you is definitely for life, not just for Christmas or the New Year.'
Creative industry sole traders have comparatively generous payment terms. Is it time you closed the gap?
A slightly taxing scenario is fortunately the most unlikely and, even then, an exemption looks due.
Now the taxman’s told you what ‘adversely affected’ means, his gloves will be off to any self-employed who don’t listen.
If you applied for your SEISS grant on Aug 17, your ‘worse-off’ evidence must cover the preceding month.
Like they do in business, sole traders wanting a home loan need to go the extra mile. Here’s how.
Eight inescapable bits of evidence the self-employed must have to get the green-light for their home loan.
There’s lots self-employed people can do to hit the right notes with lenders. But don’t do a Kanye.
Retirement savings expert demystifies the (non-daunting) world of nest eggs for sole traders.
Expert helps a freelancer with Universal Credit and SEISS eligibility fears, who wants to stay sane.