If you are self-employed, you are running a micro-business. Businesses incur costs: you pay for things which are vital to the running of that business. In the case of freelancers, these can be different to a typical business.
- 15 Jul 2019
It's a story that contractors and freelancers are all too familiar with: you complete your contract, you send your invoice, wait for payment, and then nothing. The payment deadline comes and goes, and the money still isn’t in your bank account.
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All freelancers know what it’s like to go through a lean patch. But if there’s one time of year that’s almost guaranteed to be quieter if you’re self-employed, it’s the summer. It’s not called the silly season for nothing!
Over the last two years, more coverage has been given to Brexit and the property market than almost any other topic. But how are they interlinked? And what has Brexit meant for borrowers?