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Supply Teachers

Additional benefits and rewards are a great way to engage your supply teachers and make them feel valued. This in turn makes it easier for you to recruit and retain the best supply teachers, but only if the benefits on offer are the right ones.

Improve Supply Teacher Engagement with Orange Genie Edge: Click here to download our free guide! 

Disguised Remuneration

With the approaching implementation of the 2019 loan charge causing so much noise and trouble, you might think this is the worst possible moment to be in the disguised remuneration business. And with thousands of apparently blameless contractors facing financial ruin because they listened to the wrong advice, you’d think those who sold that advice would be lying low, but you’d be wrong.

The booming property rental market has, in recent years, attracted many contractors who have invested hard their earned money into property portfolios as an alternative means of providing a pension or just to give an additional income stream.

A Contractor's Guide to Year End Tax Planning: Click here to download!>>


With the self-assessment deadline behind us and the end of the tax year just weeks away, it’s time to make sure you’ve implemented all your tax planning for tax year 2018/19. Maybe you’re wondering if there’s anything you could do to reduce your liability or maybe you just want to check that you haven’t missed anything. In either case, here are some common reasons why self-employed contractors like you might pay more tax than necessary.

Limited Company

Now self-assessment season is over, it’s time to plan how you’ll run your limited company in the year to come. The new tax year is just a few weeks away, and there are some important decisions to make before then. For example, you’ll need to decide what combination of salary and dividends you’ll use to take money out of your company. In this article, we’ll look at some of the factors you might want to consider.