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Tax & Being Self Employed. Everything You Need To Know

ShareSelf-Employed – The Advantages Being self-employed means you are carrying on your own business rather than working for an employer. With this there are many advantages and disadvantages. From a financial view point the primary advantage of being self-employed is that you are given greater flexibility in the expenses you can claim for tax purposes. […]

Disabled does not mean “Unable”. the government rewards Disability Friendly Businesses, Big Time

Share Workplace Supports for Employees with Disabilities Being a disability friendly employer has many benefits. There are many schemes available that supports you, the employer, when considering/hiring a disabled individual. For example:   • Employ Ability Service – This is employment assistance starting with the hiring process and support throughout the employment for both parties. […]

Training Grants to Employers and Business Owners , also known as JobBridge

Share   Hiring someone on full time and training them costs a lot of money.  This isn’t just the money paid out, it is the time taken away from other team members in your business to do the actual training and monitor its success.  The Jobbridge scheme pays a trainee directly and allows you allocate […]

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