Court of Appeal decides that a ‘self-employed’ plumber has worker rights

Court of Appeal decides that a ‘self-employed’ plumber has worker rights

February 13, 2017

Last week, the Court of Appeal said that a ‘self-employed’ plumber who worked for Pimlico Plumbers (PP) was a worker. A worker sits between an employee and someone who is self-employed.

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Landing a mortgage when you’re self-employed

Landing a mortgage when you’re self-employed

March 21, 2016

Despite more and more people deciding to take the plunge into freelancing or contracting, it’s still notoriously hard for self-employed people to get a mortgage. The glory days of self-cert mortgages are far behind us, and if you’re looking for a lender in 2016 you’ll need to provide hard proof of your income.

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Considerations when engaging freelancers & consultants

Considerations when engaging freelancers & consultants

December 7, 2015

Using freelancers and consultants can be an effective way for your business to get the expertise it needs, without taking on the liabilities and obligations of an employee.

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