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Electricians are in constant demand. If you’re looking to take the leap into self-employment, becoming an electrician can be a great way to work for yourself and boost your earning power.
Worrying about theft of tools and vehicles is second nature for many tradesmen, given how tool theft is still on the rise in the UK. And when tools are stolen, there is often very little the police can do if the thieves are particularly canny.
Painters and decorators are always in demand across the UK. If you’re looking to work for yourself, starting a painting and decorating business could be a great option.
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It’s often said that a business is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it, but there are several methods you can use to reach a sensible figure.
You should think twice before acting on messages left by the tax service, as HMRC reveals it received 84,549 reports of fraudulent tax refund messages in March 2018 alone.
With tool theft on the rise, van security is a top priority for tradespeople, and if you’re keeping your tools in your van, it’s important that you take steps to keep them safe.
Tradespeople across the UK are losing out on thousands of pounds, as sophisticated thieves target vans for the expensive tools inside.