Beyond Redundancy: Setting up as a Sole Trader (London)

Who’s it aimed at? If you’ve been employed, are going through redundancy and want to set up as self-employed, this is the course you can’t afford to miss.  It’s particularly aimed at creative people, production folk and anyone who feels like running for the hills when they hear the words ‘tax return’. No previous knowledge of self-employment is

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Posted on 26 April 2017

Beyond Redundancy: Setting up as a Sole Trader (Salford)

Who’s it aimed at? If you’ve been employed, are going through redundancy and want to set up as self-employed, this is the course you can’t afford to miss.  It’s particularly aimed at creative people, production folk and anyone who feels like running for the hills when they hear the words ‘tax return’. No previous knowledge of self-employment is

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Posted on 26 April 2017

Beyond Redundancy: Setting up as a Sole Trader

Who’s it aimed at? If you’ve been employed, are going through redundancy and want to set up as self-employed, this is the course you can’t afford to miss.  It’s particularly aimed at creative people, production folk and anyone who feels like running for the hills when they hear the words ‘tax return’. No previous knowledge of self-employment is

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Posted on 31 March 2017

Self-employment and personal service companies

I get a lot of questions on my self-employment training courses about the mysterious personal service company (PSC). Most people have heard the term in connection with working for yourself, but are confused about what it means. As I mostly work with people going freelance it's a very relevant issue. This update from the CIPD provides

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Posted on 11 September 2015

Getting tax back

I meet quite a few people on business skills courses who have been through a redundancy process and are receiving a payout as a result.  Redundancy payments greater than £30,000 are taxed at source, so I'm often asked how you get the tax back if you've been taxed too much for that financial year. I'm

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Posted on 04 February 2015

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