The answer to this question depends on quite a few circumstances, but in theory – yes. It should be easy for contractors to switch between a limited company and umbrella company. With off-payroll in the private sector (IR35) changes coming into effect from April 2021, we expect several limited company …
If you’re interested in using a contractor umbrella company for your payroll, but aren’t sure how they work, you’ve found the right article! Here are 10 facts about umbrella companies. How many of the following were you already aware of? Firstly, we must make it clear – the following facts …
The Office for National Statistics have just released their latest report, and it has emerged that most self employed people are happy with their status.
Umbrella company contractors working in the banking sector may be distressed to learn that RBS has made across the board cuts of 10% in their IT contractor rates.
Umbrella company contractors and those working through their own limited companies could be pleased to learn that Francis Maude, the Cabinet Office Minister, has abolished a two-tier arrangement that governed public sector payroll outsourcing.
HMRC has launched a consultation asking for opinions on the introduction of real-time information into the PAYE taxation system.
Ten of thousands of people, including contractors and freelancers, have been affected by the tax coding problems caused when HMRC migrated their records to a new computer system earlier this year.