How to get your Limited Company name just right
So you’ve decided to form your own Limited Company, congratulations! While it’s a fantastically exciting time for new employment adventures, there are a few things you’ll need to get in… View now
Public bodies urged to use IT freelancers
When is the best time to set up an IT contracting business? This is an almost impossible question to answer, as it largely depends on your individual circumstances. But if… View now
How to set up a new company
While setting up a Limited Company tends to involve more costs and admin than operating as a Sole Trader or under an Umbrella agreement, it also offers a wealth of… View now
Intouch Accounting wins Best Contractor Accountant (Small/Medium) in the ContractorUK reader Awards 2017
Everyone at Intouch is delighted to hear that our clients have voted us ‘Best Contractor Accountant (Small/Medium)' in the ContractorUK Reader Awards 2017, retaining our title from last year. This… View now
The pros and cons of a Limited Company for a contractor
After much deliberation, you’ve decided to go it alone and set up as a contractor. You’ve polished your CV and LinkedIn profile and have started looking for your first contract,… View now
Start contracting with confidence in 2018
Starting a long-term career as a contractor or freelancer in 2018 has become more attractive than during any time in the last two years. If you’re looking for independence and… View now
Autumn Budget: Real Contractors get a green light to increase productivity from a Budget made to measure?
Has Chancellor Hammond helped or hurt the flexible workers in the UK? Did he try and make a silk purse from a sow’s ear or did he merely pull… View now
The Autumn Budget – the hardest to predict yet?
With the Tories suffering serious blows in the Election, Brexit negotiations under strain and constant political in fighting, predicting what will be in the Budget is tough this time around.… View now