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How To Maximise Your Take Home Pay

By Gareth Hoyle

Starting out as a contractor or a freelancer is a brave move. Often you are relying on your own company to pay for you, so you lose the safety net of a guaranteed wage from a company. That said, the opportunity is there to make as much money as you can without the restraints of working for a set hourly wage so there are both pros and cons.

One of the major things to take into account when you are either a contractor or a freelancer is making sure that your accountancy matters are taken care of effectively. You want to make as much money as you can and this means being organised and up to date with everything financial. After all, you don’t want to be paying the wrong rate of tax as this can get very messy in the future.

Specialist contractor accounting is all about trying to maximise your take home pay. You really want to deal with a company that has expertise in everything related to contractor finances and running your own company, including knowing about the IR35 Rule.

ClearSky are one of the premier specialist contractor accountancy firms in the country. They specialise in both accountancy for contractors and accountancy for freelancers. They are also there to help new companies with setting up and registering as a business and existing companies to make sure they are not paying too much(or too little!) tax.

Running your own business can be stressful enough, so you want to make sure that at least the financial side of things is taken care of properly. After all, you don’t want to be hit with a hefty bill from the Inland Revenue later down the line. Don’t worry about taking care of this yourself though because it takes a real expertise to get it right and this is an expertise that ClearSky can offer. Even just a quick look at their website can really help you get an idea of exactly what they offer. They have a friendly (and very knowledgeable) team working for them so don’t hesitate to contact them with any questions you might have as they are very happy to help.

Clearsky accounting is specialist contractor accountants offering advice and guidance on all tax rules including IR35 .

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Hoyle, Gareth "How To Maximise Your Take Home Pay." How To Maximise Your Take Home Pay. 26 Aug. 2010. 22 Sep 2017 <>.

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