Category Archive for: Self Employed

GDPR Overview – Tips To Get You Started

Some data protection experts are saying, “It’s about time.” However, aligning with the European Union’s General Data Protection regulation (EU GDPR) will be a change and in some cases a pricey problem for numerous organizations. Nonetheless, the GDPR, is so vital, that every company will be working on them in any case. The fact that,…

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What Are the Leading 10 Ways to Plan for GDPR?

What’s happening? General data Protection regulation (GDPR) is rolling out in the European Union. If you have reviewed the first research post in our GDPR series you’ll know that many technology, adtech and eCommerce business owners will be required to make these changes. IT contractors will also need to be up to speed on this.…

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Top Ten GDPR Tips for IT Contractors

Big adjustments to information protection and personal privacy are coming with the GDPR implementation in May 2018. Many technology, adtech and eCommerce business owners will be required to make these changes. IT contractors will also need to be up to speed on this. Here are the Leading 10 Tips to provide you a running start…

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A Useful Guide For Your Self Assessment Income Tax Return I London, UK

That time shows up year after year, and also regardless of the number of instances you perhaps have submitted your self assessment tax return in London, UK previously, it is still challenging work and hated by numerous. There are numerous activities involved in the procedure of refining your income tax return. Hopefully, by complying with…

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4 Tips For Self-Assessment Tax Returns in London, UK

Submitting a self-assessment tax return London, UK is an important procedure for many people who are self employed. It can usually be a complicated process; nonetheless there are a couple of things that you can do to complete this job without the added problem and also stress and anxiety. This write-up gives some top pointers…

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Benefits of an Accountant for IT Contractors and Self Employed

In the UK many are those who think that an accountant is not necessary for companies. Or they feel it is less important if they are starting up for working by themselves as self employed or an IT contractor. For expats and non residents in the UK the tax figure is important, it can be more expensive…

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How to Do the Income Tax Return Form for Self Employed Individuals

Being self-employed is considered an easy way to start a business, in which both ownership and control of the company fall into one person. The first thing you should do is tell HM Revenue & Customs that you are starting a new business. This must be done within six months of the end of the…

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How to Start and Register as a Freelance IT Contractor

If you are about to take the bold steps to start your own freelance work as an IT Contractor, or consultant, read the important information below. Also, if you are employed and you are freelancing as your side hustle you will also find the information here very valuable…. Get Your Employer to Fund the First…

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How to Pitch Your Business for Self Employed Freelancers!

Press play above. Then hit the thumbs up! How to Pitch Your Business for Self Employed Freelancers, for start-ups and established business owners. Join me on the monthly networking and business training webinar! Get your FREE ticket here now: http://www.digitalhustlershub.com/liv… If you’ve got any questions, call us on 0330 321 1136. Or you can chat…

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Important IR35 changes for IT contractors!

There have been changes to IR35 in April 2017. I cover the main change in this video that will affect self-employed contractors. Make sure you have all of your ducks in a row. In the public sector the public bodies will now start to report the contractors that they are working with. Even if you…

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