Managing IR35 with inniAccounts

Managing IR35 with inniAccounts

Maintaining flexibility Here at inniAccounts, we understand that flexibility is the cornerstone of contracting. 78% of the UK public agree that becoming an independent professional is the best route to both increased flexibility in work and a better work/life balance. A fact contractors and consultants firmly support, with less than 5% reporting dissatisfaction with their […]

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Off-payroll working rules: is private sector rollout incoming?

IR35, is private sector rollout incoming?

Over the last few weeks, we’ve analysed the impacts of the IR35 application changes on both the public sector and the contracting market. As we approach the end of our IR35 series, we take a look at the likelihood of the public sector application changes being rolled out to the private sector and how this might impact independent professionals and their future contracts.

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IR35: Four ways to facilitate a conversation with your client / agent

Over the course of our IR35 series, we’ve evaluated the rash reactions of the public sector to April’s reforms. Now, as the dust begins to settle, the public sector is on the lookout to retain their access to the wider talent market. The challenge lies in ensuring they’re making accurate and well-informed decisions when it […]

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Launching today: Receipt capture

Receipt capture

We’re excited to announce that today sees the launch of our in-app receipt capture. With this new feature, you’ll be able to store and capture electronic copies of your receipts within the inniAccounts software.

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The future of public sector contracting

The future of public sector contracting

The IR35 application changes have provoked debate aplenty over the future of contractors in the public sector. Many prestigious parties have suggested these reforms would provoke a ‘mass exodus’ from the field. Six months on from April’s implementation, we take a look at the current impacts and future outlook for independent professionals.

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Limited company or umbrella? What’s the best option for you?

IR35: Limited company or umbrella? What's the best option for you?

Many recruitment agencies and public sector parties appear to be applying pressure for contractors to jump ship from their limited company into the conglomerate of an umbrella. But are these requests in the best interests of independent professionals? Or the result of knee-jerk, risk averse reactions? We take a look at the reasons why your limited company remains the best option for you.

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IR35 – All doom and gloom?

IR35 - All doom and gloom?

IR35 is easily one of the most hated pieces of legislation introduced for independent professionals. It’s long been considered a thorn in the side of contractors and consultants. With recent changes to IR35 in the public sector, many consider it a direct attack on their ability to retain profits and grow a business. But is it all doom and gloom for contractors and consultants here on out? We certainly don’t think so.

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An Introduction to IR35

IR35 guide

If you’ve been keeping up with the latest contractor and consultancy news you’ve probably noticed that the hot topic of conversation at the moment is IR35 and the recent public sector changes. But what exactly is IR35? This guide will look at IR35 in detail and try to clear up some of the complexities.

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Adaptive learning with AI

AI

When we hear about Artificial Intelligence (AI) we tend to imagine the likes of Asimov, SkyNet and Westworld – robotic intelligence in humanoid form. While, sadly, most of us have yet to interact with super-smart robots or receive cybernetic enhancements – AI is becoming an increasingly real part of our day to day lives; especially in business.

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Learning in the work place

Learning in the workplace

Learning at Work Week is an annual event organised by the Campaign for Learning since 1999. It aims to put a spotlight on the importance and benefits of learning and development at work. This year Learning at Work Week takes place from 15th-21st May on the theme ‘Curious & Creative’. To celebrate we’ve taken a quick look at the continued learning and development of our team here at inniAccounts.

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