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Our complete guide to everything IR35. If you're working in the UK as a consultant, freelancer, contractor, or hiring those who are, read on.
How to be outside IR35
With the April tax changes in the UK, consultants, freelancers, and contractors may need to make some small adaptions to the way they work to make sure they can clearly be outside IR35 for their next tax return.
What is IR35?
You may have heard the term bandied around but what exactly is IR35? If you are self-employed, or employ contractors of any sort, you need to invest some time investigating this term.
Freelancer Guide to IR35
If you're a freelancer in the UK, you'll be needing to understand whether you fall under the scope of the new IR35 regulations or not.
The Future of Online Meetings: Maintaining Staff Interactions
How to keep your staff motivated now online meetings are taking the place of face-to-face meetings in the workplace.
How to Write A Winning RFP (Request for Proposal) for Your B2B Venture
Step by step how to write an effective and concise RFP (request for proposal) that will produce the desired result and save you time.
6 Tips to Improve your Business Life
No matter if you are a freelancer, full-time employee, or entrepreneur, you have a lot in your business life that could do with streamlining so you're working efficiently.
When do I use a stock option award letter?
This award letter states that it is granting an employee options in the company according to the terms set out in the Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP).
A Guide to Australia’s Taxation System
Australia’s taxation system has been recently revised. Before doing business in Australia, it is important to know the tax rates.
Do I really need terms and conditions for online sale of goods?
In a word, yes. Terms and conditions for online sale of goods are essential for good business practice and here's how you write them
5 Branding Lessons For Those Who Know Nothing About Branding
Your brand and business go hand in hand so it's important to have a well thought out branding strategy from the get go. Here's 5 lessons you need to learn.
5 Tips For Improving Customer Retention And Loyalty
Brand loyalty is vanishing, making customer retention one of the growing headaches for companies large and small.
The 8 Best Software Tools For Small Business
Choosing the right software tools for your small business that will do most of the job with minimal effort —and most importantly— affordably, is essential.
In-House Legal Professionals Most Concerned About Cybersecurity
According to a new survey, more than 45% of legal executives say they are most concerned about risk associated with cybersecurity and environmental issues and do not feel adequately prepared.
Why and How to Use Chatbots in Business
There’s no shortage of miracle technologies that are supposed to transform your business. So, should you use chatbots?
Legal Considerations When Starting a Small Business
Knowing what you need to iron out when opening your business will help you to avoid extraneous costs in the future as well as potentially saving you from losing your hard-built business if you run into any legal battles.
Virtual Assistants: Game Changers for SME Customer Engagement
Virtual assistants have many essential roles to play providing support services to small and medium businesses. Basically, they are contractors who work to provide administrative services for SME clients.
Developing a B2B App for Your Startup
A typical smartphone owner also likes the convenience and predictability of dedicated apps. If you can put your business into B2B app form, you probably should
How does Share Vesting work?
Share vesting is the process by which a company gives its equity to its employees or consultants. Find out how exactly share vesting works:
How to create a solid Founders’ Agreement
Founding a company with others is much like a marriage. You might not be able to imagine a future where you won't want to be linked forever by your combined business creation. With a well-crafted Founders' Agreement, you can set out the details of how the company will deal with issues that may arise.
What’s an ESOP and why might I need one?
An Employee Share Option Plan (ESOP) is a scheme that sets out the framework under which share options go to its employees. It’s a common mechanism to incentivise employees.
What is a Share Appreciation Rights Plan?
A Share Appreciation Rights Plan (also known as a Stock Appreciation Rights Plan) is a compensation incentive which awards employees with cash or stock if the company performs well.
Opening a Business Bank Account in the UK
Open a business bank account in the UK with our all-in guide. Know what you need and which banks are the best for your business bank account
Defamation Laws in Australia – The Proposed Changes
The Defamation Laws in Australia have seen proposed amendments, read on to learn about them and the history of defamation laws in Australia.