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So I met a guy last night who has just recently completed his nvq3. Fast forward we started speaking about the type of work he likes, whether it be domestic, commercial etc and why?
We then moved onto the more interesting topic of wages !!!! To My surprise he revealed that he...
I am currently employed full time. However i have been self employed before for several years and i used to work as a labourer for 5+ years.
I am considering going back to being self employed and on top of my other business in IT, i was thinking of becoming a fully qualified Sparky...
Im currently employed working shifts, on my days off i work for myself as a sole trader, roughly 2-3 days a week. Every penny i earn self employed i get taxed 40%. It got me thinking, is it worth going LTD to avoid this?
To the people that are LTD whats you experience and what are...
We have been asked to install 10 panels on a bike shed in the grounds of a new eco friendly office block. We have only done two domestic systems before and are still newbies. I am unsure about whether the SAP calcs are the same for commercial and is it a G59 even though its only...
Not very electrical, but for all those of you that have been diligently paying income tax on your company's provision of that smart i-phone to you, HMRC has changed its view and they are now considered mobile phones and no longer subject to a tax charge for private use.
HM Revenue & Customs...
We've been approached by a firm that wants free solar panels. We originally told them that we didn't offer this but having taken a quick look at the figures, we're looking at giving it a go.
This company has just built a new unit with a trapezoidal roof. There is enough room for a 10kWp...
Hi, I am starting up my own business and wanted to consult the oracle about what insurance I need. I know I need public liability but what else? What can I do to cover my income in case of sickness/ accident etc? Cheers for any info.
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