An Employee provides a business with their time and skills for payment in return. They usually have simple tax obligations.
An Employee is an individual who works for a business or organisation in exchange for payment, usually in the form of a salary or a wage. Employees are a key part of any business and perform a various selection of roles.
Employees sign a contract with their employer that sets out their terms of employment. Employees are legally entitled to certain workplace benefits but have less flexibility than the Self-employed.
There are loads of different tax laws in the United Kingdom. IR35 is very important to freelancers and contractors but can be a little confusing. Here, we explain simply what IR35 is and who it can affect.Read more
Self-employed individuals can use two different methods to expense business vehicle costs. Here, we investigate the positive and negatives for both methods and which one might be right for you.Read more