Our limited company accountancy services are designed to give you what you need at a price that makes sense for your business.
Are you unhappy with the service your current provider is giving you? If your accountant isn't able to give you the service and expertise that you deserve then now is the perfect time to switch.
At PayStream we offer a comprehensive level of insurance cover for our limited company contractors. Take a look at the highlights of this cover.
If you've thought about finding a more tax-efficient way to work, you've probably already considered getting in touch with a local accountant. So we thought you'd find it useful to see how My PSC compares to the service you'd typically get from an accountant on the high street.
Our specially-designed online accounting portal helps you shine a light on your company finances quickly and conveniently, whenever you want. Only for My PSC and My PSC Exec contractors.
If you're a contractor who can work outside of IR35, working through your own limited company is by far the most tax-efficient option for you. This video outlines how PayStream's limited company services can benefit you.
What are the main benefits of working as a limited company contractor? We take a closer look in this video.
What's the difference between a personal service company and a limited company? Our video explains...
Setting up a limited company can bring with it a number of responsibilities, including several taxes that you need to pay over the course of the year.
When you decide to work on a contract basis, you can either work through an umbrella company or become a limited company contractor. But before you decide on which option is best for you, there are a few things you need to consider.
Making the move to a limited company contractor can be quite daunting as some may find it difficult to understand how it works. Our infographic can help.
Umbrella Company vs. Limited Company, what's the difference? Our infographic explains.
An umbrella company is the simplest way to get paid for most contractors. The umbrella company employs contractors carrying out short-term assignments and makes Pay As You Earn (PAYE) and National Insurance contributions - so no unexpected tax bills.
So you’re thinking of becoming a contractor? Whatever your reasons for choosing this kind of work, starting out as a contractor means that you need reliable information. We have answered some of the most commonly asked questions for you.
The Government has changed the Travel & Subsistence expense rules for agency and umbrella workers. Find out more here as to what these changes are and what they mean to you.
We are regularly asked a wide variety of questions, ranging from what the benefits are of using our services, to what are deemed to be 'allowable' expenses. We have therefore drawn up a 'Frequently Asked Questions' document to assist you.
If you’re new to contracting, then working under an umbrella company is arguably the best way for you to work. But what exactly does this involve? This video outlines how an umbrella company can help you.
Joining PayStream comes with a raft of benefits, but joining up is simple and can take you under ten minutes to complete.
On 6th April 2016 the Government introduced new legislation which imposed restrictions on an umbrella worker’s ability to get tax relief on their travel and subsistence costs. We explain in further detail what these changes are and how they affect contractors...
Understanding how an umbrella company works can be tricky so let our infographic help to explain.
It can be difficult to understand how an umbrella company differs from working through the agencies payroll, so let our infographic help to explain these differences.
Our umbrella service, My Max, offers contractors that little bit extra. From employee rewards, to help and advice with big financial decisions, we like to think that My Max is well ahead of the pack in every respect.
In our industry, a strong focus on compliance is essential, both for us and our contractors' peace of mind. That's why it's important that we keep our clients up to date on all the latest legislative changes.
IR35 looks at whether a contractor is working any differently from an employee of the client. There should be noticeable differences between how contractors and employees work, otherwise IR35 may apply to the contractor.
Compliance to PayStream means operating in a compliant manner in line with the law, particularly employment and tax law.
IR35 is a piece of legislation that applies to limited company contractors.We take a more in-depth look at what the IR35 legislation is and how it affects contractors.
Determining whether you fall inside IR35 or outside IR35 can be tricky. It looks at various factors, including whether you have the right to substitute, how much financial risk you take and who controls when, where and how the services are performed. We take a closer look at who IR35 applies to.
Understanding whether or not you fall inside or outside IR35 can be tricky, even for the most diligent contractor! Our video outlines which factors help and hinder your IR35 status.
IR35 within the public sector has been a hot topic over recent months. So let’s take a look at what IR35 is, what these public sector changes are and what they mean for contractors and their agencies.
This video sets out our understanding of AWR, and how we intend to work with you to ensure that you receive the best support and advice.
On the 6th April 2016 the Government changed the ruled regarding Travel & Subsistence expenses for agency and umbrella workers have changed. Our infographic helps to explain what these changes are and what they mean to you.
IR35 asks whether the worker would have been an employee of the client if engaged directly. It looks at a number of factors to determine this some of which can be quite confusing so our infographic is here to help.