All posts by Chris Mollan

Off-payroll IR35 changes

Off-payroll IR35 reforms to the private sector – not all bad!

The IR35 reform and the implications on UK’ private sector contractors So, 18 months after the public sector IR35 reforms came into effect, it seems as though we have a date, though not quite all […]

What to look for in a business bank account?

When setting up a limited company there are many things to consider, not least an accountant, as our previous guide explained.  However, an essential element is a limited company bank account as this forms an […]

Why choose an online accountant

Why choose an online accountant?

It can be one of the most exciting times of your life.  The thought that you will become your own boss and even some day, employ people to work for you.  Whatever your trade, working […]

An MVL can be a great option

How to close your company and extract the profits at 10%

All things come to an end eventually and contracting is no exception.  Whether it was your decision or not, you might eventually decide to close down your company and move on to new projects. If […]

Employing staff

Thinking of employing someone in your business?

So, you’ve worked on your own for what seems like ever, but as the hours you spend sat at your computer screen increases you realise it’s time to take the plunge and hire help. Employing […]

Retirement planning as a contractor

Let’s face it, retirement planning isn’t the sexiest subject in the world and for a lot of people, it’s perceived as something that isn’t a priority in their life right now. However, pension planning is […]

Top tax tips

13 Top Tax Tips

A limited company structure is usually the best way to legitimately and compliantly minimise your tax bill. This is because you can take remuneration through an efficient mix of salary and dividends and claim a […]

What is GDPR?

What is GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)?

What is it? The General Data Protection Regulations 2018 (“GDPR”) is EU legislation set to apply in the UK from 25th May 2018.  It replaces the current Data Protection Act (“DPA”) and is designed to […]