Close video

Trend towards part time employment and part time freelancing before going full time freelance

Sunday 17th August 2014

Over the past few months we have seen a growing trend in new clients partially moving from permanent employment to freelance contracting. Many have moved to part time hours with their employers doing 2 or 3 days a week and using the remaining 2 or 3 days to start building their freelance contracting client base.

After (on average) only two months of being part time employed and part time freelance all clients that we have taken on in this way have then moved to full time freelance contracting. We see this as a great sign for the freelance contractor sector - it is clearly buoyant and for those that do not want to jump in with two feet it only takes a very small amount of time for them to realise that the one foot they have in the freelance contracting sector is much better off than the one standing in the part time employed sector.

Share This


GO

Popular Tags

IR35 (9) VAT (11) HMRC (49) Expenses (17) Dividends (11) Corporation Tax (19) Income Tax (34) Inheritance Tax (4) Self Assessment (27) PAYE (14) National Insurance (12) Annual Return (2) Companies House (9) Salary (12) Limited Company (56) Accounts (6) Company Secretarial (4) Insurance (6) Pensions (11) Mortgages (14)

Recent Articles

Budget 2018 Tax efficient salary and dividends in 2018-19 Pension contributions directly from your limited company Employer's National Insurance Allowance Budget 2016

Archive

August 2011 (1) October 2011 (1) November 2011 (1) March 2012 (1) March 2013 (3) May 2013 (1) June 2013 (18) July 2013 (5) September 2013 (1) October 2013 (4) November 2013 (5) December 2013 (5) January 2014 (4) February 2014 (5) March 2014 (5) April 2014 (4) May 2014 (4) June 2014 (4) July 2014 (4) August 2014 (3) September 2014 (4) October 2014 (4) November 2014 (8) January 2015 (3) February 2015 (3) March 2015 (2) April 2015 (3) May 2015 (3) June 2015 (3) July 2015 (3) August 2015 (3) September 2015 (3) October 2015 (3) November 2015 (2) December 2015 (3) January 2016 (4) February 2016 (3) March 2016 (1) April 2016 (1) August 2018 (2) November 2018 (1)