Buying your first home as a Contractor? Not sure where to start? Here’s our First-time buyers guide to getting a Mortgage
From ‘Agreement in principle’ to ‘Valuation survey’, we’ve broken down some of the most common terms used when it comes to Mortgages. Read on for Contractor mortgages jargon buster.
It may still be unclear, the full impact of Brexit on the housing market, but here's a breakdown of what we know for sure.
Have you moved home? Started a new contract? Moved away from contracting all together? It’s likely that the current protection you have in place is no longer relevant. This is why you should review your protection in line with your life changes
Is your family growing? If so, it’s vital that you protect your family by protecting yourself. If you don’t, your family could be left in a difficult financial situation.
Making Tax Digital is part of the government’s plans to make it easier for businesses to submit their tax returns. Hopefully, it will make the process easier for Contractors like you to keep on top of your tax processes and income and expenditure. But, how can you prepare for Making Tax Digital?
Finding the best gift for your Valentine can be tricky, but nothing says ‘I love you’ like on-going financial protection and peace of mind. Get them a gift that truly matters this year: Life Insurance. Read more to learn why it is important as a Contractor to have Life Insurance in place that protects your loved ones.
Not sure how to prepare for the end of the tax year as a Contractor? We’ve got you covered. Make sure your business expenses are in order, that you trace late or unpaid invoices + more advice here.
What will happen to your family if something happened to you? If you fall ill, will you have to dip into your savings to put food on the table? To keep up with bills and mortgage payments? If you’re struggling to answer these questions, don’t panic. Here’s a summary of the personal protection you need as a Contractor.
It’s important to review the protection you have in place when your life circumstances change (new house, more children, different income) as it’s likely the cover you have will need to change too. If you don’t review your protection, you could be placed in a difficult situation when it comes to needing to claim.
Over the next few years, there are changes to contracting coming that you should prepare for. But where to start? Here's a quick guide of some challenges that you may face and how to overcome them.
We understand that sticking to your new year resolutions can be challenging. If one of your resolutions as a Contractor is to become more efficient however, we can help! Here are the 5 best time management tools to use.