It’s no secret that Brits love being self-employed - nearly a million people have set up as sole traders, freelancers or business owners in the last 10 years. But what is it that drives people to work for themselves?
Unfortunately, malicious damage can affect anyone, potentially causing serious harm to your income. There are a number of different insurance covers you might need to protect against malicious damage, so we’ve put together this guide to help you out.
If you’re a keen musician and you’re good at imparting your wisdom to others, setting up as a self-employed music teacher could be a good move. But, as it can also be a tough gig, our guide will help you get started.
If you run a business that sells goods, you have certain legal responsibilities. Our guide will help you understand those responsibilities under the Consumer Rights Act and other important sale of goods legislation.
Becoming a freelance graphic designer can be a bit of a daunting task - not only is there the design work, there’s clients, rates, and tax to worry about. We spoke to Ash, a designer based in London, to get his advice.