Self Employment UK

- Self Employment UK

Tweet Self Employment UK So, you decide like many in this tough employment market, to go into Self Employment UK. If you look at the various employment statistics, one of the reasons that the unemployed rate is not climbing as quickly as it could (should?), is that a growing numbers are choosing self employment in […]

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Job Application: Unpaid Wages and HMRC!

- CV Help, CV Writing, Job Application, job search

Tweet Job Application: Unpaid Wages and HMRC! Penelope, a shop worker, asks: What should I do? Should I put this on my CV? I worked six months for a shop. The guy in the end wasn’t paying taxes and stole my money. I found out that he hadn’t even registered his company with the revenue […]

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Asked for Resignation Letter?

- career change, career management, career transition, contract negotiation, economics, Employer, Employment, Job Application, Legal, redundancy, regulation, tutorial

Tweet Asked for Resignation Letter? Andrew, a skilled engineer, asks: I worked for a company for 4 years and was made redundant in a huge batch of redundancies. A couple of months later, the same company asked me to go back on a fixed term temporary contract. I’ve been back there 2 months and have […]

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HMRC adds to credit crunch with IR35 win in Essex

- Employer, Employment, HMRC, Legal

Tweet HMRC IR35 HMRC have been continuing their fight on IR35, and have won a case against an Essex based construction company, resulting in a bill for £800,000 Background: UK employee’s pay two types of tax in their pay: Income Tax, and National Insurance. The later is supposed to pay/contribute for areas such as the […]

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