Freelancer Guide to Managing Cash Flow

Freelancer Guide to Managing Cash Flow

As a Freelancer, you need to be able to manage your cash flow to ensure that you have enough money to pay for all your expenses. This is not an easy task, especially when you are starting out. This Quick Guide will highlight the best practices that you should use as a...
Working Remotely as a Freelancer

Working Remotely as a Freelancer

When you decide to work as a freelancer, you will often be faced with working remotely. Here are some top tips to ensure that you remain productive and professional even when you work offsite. Tip 1 Always ensure that you establish a good relationship with your client...
Top 10 Freelance Websites to Find the Best Work

Top 10 Freelance Websites to Find the Best Work

The freedom of working as a freelancer allowing you to choose the line of work that you love the most and simultaneously having a great work-life balance is proving popular work route. The biggest problem is finding clients especially when you are first starting out...
Sole Trader vs Limited Company for Freelancers

Sole Trader vs Limited Company for Freelancers

The choice you make as to which business structure would suit you and your business is a difficult one to make. Each have their own legal, tax and liability issues which need to be taken into consideration when making the choice between running your business as a sole...
Xero Cloud based accounting for Freelancers

Xero Cloud based accounting for Freelancers

Freelancers often manage many facets of a running a business. One of the most important function involves maintaining ordered accounts. To ensure that your accounts are kept up-to-date, an organized system should be put into place right from the start of your...
Registering with HMRC as a Freelancer

Registering with HMRC as a Freelancer

Registering as self-employed When you are self-employed you are technically working for yourself and hence are responsible for paying your Income tax and National insurance. This means that you need to inform HMRC that you are now self-employed which you should do as...