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Aug 12, 2020

Thousands overpaid through government self-employment grant

Jul 31, 2020

What the August furlough and self-employed grant changes mean for you

Jul 16, 2020

650,000 fewer workers on UK payroll

Jul 06, 2020

One week left for self-employed to claim up to £7,500 grant

Apr 17, 2020

150,000 self-employed miss out on coronavirus income support grant

Apr 16, 2020

One week left to file late tax return or miss out on up to £7,500

Apr 15, 2020

Will my Self-employment Income Support grant be affected if I claim Universal Credit?

Mar 26, 2020

Self-employed to receive taxable grant worth up to £2,500 a month

Nov 18, 2019

Young people expect high pay and leisure time from self-employment

Nov 11, 2019

One in three self-employed women have no pension savings  

Sep 30, 2019

How to avoid self-assessment slip-ups

Sep 12, 2019

4m people have started own business after redundancy

Aug 02, 2019

Half of UK’s freelancers have not been paid for work

Jul 03, 2019

Two-thirds considering move to self-employment

Jan 15, 2019

New to self-assessment? Why you should start your tax return today

Dec 12, 2018

Thousands submit tax returns over Christmas: top tips to make filing yours easier

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