Tax Faculty recommends restricting or removing fiscal incentives to arbitrage employment status.
Independent Advisers & Consultants Community articles
The latest articles for Independent Advisers & Consultants Community members.
My journey 2.5 years in
It’s 2.5 years since I set up my own business. It’s been a journey. I’ve learnt a huge amount. I’ve met some brilliant people and had the freedom to get involved in things that pique my interest. I’ve juggled home-schooling and been hugely grateful for the flexibility to do this. I’ve also doubted myself and worried about income uncertainty. There are a huge number of positives – I’ve also never been so resilient in my life!
I’m an accountant. Do I really need to think about my brand?
Philippa Haynes explains how accountants can approach branding when they have a portfolio career in our forthcoming webinar. In this article, she explains more about why you need to have a brand.
Voluntary class 2 national insurance contributions are unaffected by the Spring Statement changes, but don’t forget that class 4 losses might need recording separately.
In this article Daniella Wainwright, portfolio FD, interim FD and consultant shares with us an update, 18 months on from taking the plunge and launching her independent career.
GCSE-aged pupils at UK schools will learn work and life skills through a programme launched by ICAEW and five large professional services firms.
Arbitrage advantages and non-compliant umbrella companies should be tackled, according to ICAEW’s response to call for evidence on the umbrella company market.
National Audit Office releases report on lessons from the implementation of the 2017 reforms to tax rules for off-payroll working in the public sector.
Practical tips for securing that elusive NED role
In this article we hear from Heather on the hot topics the audience wanted to know more about.
The non-executive director’s role has changed considerably in recent years. Boards are seeking people with exactly the right expertise.