The IR35 reform appears to be having an impact on the public sector contractor market.
Many small businesses are failing to keep track of their credit score, according to new research.
There has been a rise in self-employed workers aged over 65, according to new figures.
The new £1,000 trading income allowance could put current sole traders at a disadvantage, according to an industry body.
Self-employed parents may be entitled to shared leave if the government changes its stance on the policy.
Just four per cent of self-employed workers have income protection insurance in place, according to new research.
UK SMEs are most concerned about the costs and red tape involved in setting up a business, according to new research.
Many small business owners are unaware of the forthcoming changes in data protection rules, according to new research.
Many contractors and freelancers want to have a good balance between working remotely and onsite, according to a new study.