In this piece, we look at the measures contractors can take to protect their business assets via practical and technical methods.
Here are some proactive steps you can take to maximise the chances of getting your invoices paid on time.
Whether you’ve recently made the move from permanent employment into contracting or you’re a contracting veteran, you’ll appreciate the need for a steady cash flow – and this all depends on maintaining a consistent stream of contracts.
Given that all qualified accountants should be able to keep the books of your average limited company contractor, why do most contractors hire specialist accountancy firms?
How to get the best mortgage deals based on your contract rate alone, by using lenders who understand how contractors operate.
Several of the industry’s leading specialist brokers have joined together to create an enlarged mortgage group, and have unveiled an exclusive Clydesdale Bank fixed rate deal, which requires just a 10% deposit and daily rate of £217 or more.
Given that many of the best lessons in life come as a result of errors, we're compiled a list of five common mistakes you should avoid as a contractor.
When you set up in business as a limited company contractor, do you have to appoint an accountant? What are the benefits?
Making the move from a permanent role into a contracting career can be hugely beneficial to both your skill set and your income – and it all starts with a strong CV.
From the start of the 2016 tax year, dividends will be taxed at a more punitive rate than at present, and could cost you thousands each year in additional tax. Here we look at what the changes mean for limited company owners.