Working from home means that you can really concentrate on the work that you’re passionate about. It offers greater freedom and flexibility, but it can also have its drawbacks in that it’s easier to be affected by distractions you just don’t have in an office.
We often get asked by both potential contractors and recruitment agencies, what makes PayStream different from other umbrella company service providers? Our answer is simple - our brand is built upon two solid foundations; Service and Compliance. Our goal as a company is to ensure that we not only deliver exceptional service, but that we do so in a compliant manner.
Working as a contractor gives you a great deal of power over your own workload, allowing you to take on the assignments that appeal to you the most. But once a contract that you've loved working on has finished, how should you go about finding your next exciting opportunity?
Personal Tax planning can be a complicated landscape to navigate. But with the Brexit process rumbling on and Making Tax Digital finally coming into force, there is no better time than now to put your financial plans in place for 2019/20.
PayStream recently had the pleasure of speaking with Tabatha Rose a Programme Manager working within the Global Marketing Division of HSBC, who has taken the exciting step of setting up a limited company and, as a result, is now a director of her own business.
What are the benefits of working as a contractor? We asked our contractors on social media to complete a short survey highlighting their views and opinions of the current contracting market. The results were shaped by contractors who work in a variety of different sectors including Education, Sales, Retail, Contruction & IT Consulting which provided us with some compelling results.