Self-employment is one of the most commonly used forms of business. Working for yourself, you’re considered a sole trader, and with our help, becoming one isn’t difficult.
A self-employed person earns their living through doing something by themselves, without being hired by anyone, effectively making them their own superior. In the UK, they are either considered a sole trader or, alternatively, they can become a partner in a partnership.
Being self-employed, you may work from home or an office, depending on your need, though when working at home you may sometimes be required to provide your local authority with clearance so that part of your home can be legally considered business premises.
If you intend to hold the records of any of your customers or suppliers in electronic form, you will have to register with the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Those are just some of the legal responsibilities you will face when self-employed, but don’t worry – as the best company formation service provider in the UK, we’ll help you handle all of them.
- Accounting and Taxation
– Bookkeeping and accounting is an essential part of any business. Let us handle them for you
- Construction Industry Scheme (CIS)
– The CIS pertains to construction businesses and stipulates all of their payment rules
- Employed or Self-Employed?
– Whether you’re working for somebody or provide for yourself on your own terms, we can help you out!
- Going out of Business
– If your company is going down, we can help you soften the blow
- Payroll (PAYE)
– The PAYE system is an efficient way of handling all of your employees’ payments on the regular
- Registration and Formalities
– Setting up a company involves a number of formalities that we can take care of for you