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Latest News

Scotland votes 'No' to independence

The people of Scotland have their say: the United Kingdom is staying United.

Contracting News 19th September 2014

Contracting is a policy priority, Labour told

Party urged to put people who work for themselves at the heart of its policy agenda.

Contracting News 19th September 2014

The flexibility that let contractors let property is at risk

IFA: Tightening the rules on accidental landlords will disproportionately hit contractors. 

Comment 18th September 2014

What Scotland's vote means for IT contractors

A 'Yes' or 'No' vote tomorrow will change the Union, but how can it change things for you? 

Contracting News 17th September 2014

Latest Guides

Contracting as a Project Manager

What does a Contract Project Manager do and how do I become one? 

Jobs Guides 18th September 2014

Contractors' Questions: Can my limited company cut its tax bill?

Paying less corporation tax is the upside of a range of reliefs, which aren't to be sniffed at.

Limited Companies 15th September 2014

Contractors, are you making the most of NISA?

Three big financial events for contractors have, in as many months, become easier to plan for.

Money 10th September 2014

Contractors' Questions: What if the role I netted is on offer internally?

Walking away is sad but sound advice when your offered contract is put to permies.

Guide to Contracts 8th September 2014