CTO of partner iContract, Dr. Brendan Gowing, shares his top tips to enhance your IT career in this informative blog post.
Find out how a Critical Illness Insurance payout could help you In the event that you or one of your loved ones became critically ill.
If you were to become seriously ill, or have an accident that prevents you from earning, will you and your loved ones be able to cope financially? Learn how you can financially protect your loved ones here.
When it comes to insurance, it’s important that you understand all of the features of your policy so that you’re confident it meets your needs. That's why we’ve put together this A-Z of Contractor Insurance terms.
The loan charge is a taxation policy that has gained wide media attention and controversy and has been central, along with IR35, to Contractor concerns. In this article we give an overview of what the loan charge is, its controversy and the official review that has been launched against it.
How do I remortgage? Are there any fees? How much could I save? Find all of the answers to your questions in our Contractor remortgage FAQs.
Did you know you could protect your family’s future tax efficiently? Here we outline the differences between regular Life Insurance and Relevant Life Insurance.
What is going to happen now that the new regulation of IR35 is to be rolled into the private sector? We think one thing for sure, contracting and independent consultancy is a trend to stay regardless of the tax benefit.
Did you know Life Insurance doesn’t just protect you? It protects your home too. Find out why it's important to have Life Insurance if you have a Mortgage.
What is Private Healthcare? What are the benefits of Private Healthcare? Do Contractors need Private Healthcare? Find the answers in our Private Healthcare FAQs.
Relevant Life Insurance ensures that your family are financially protected when you pass away - giving you peace of mind.
Tuesday the 9th of July saw Contractors like you gather at Westminster as part of an organised lobby that sought to bring attention to the suspected damage of introducing IR35, and the ‘off payroll tax’ rules, to the private sector. A move by HMRC that is set to come into force in April 2020.