Notice anything different? We’re in the process of shaking up our look. You might have spotted a few changes here and there. We loved our old brand, and know many of you felt the same, so here’s a quick explanation of why we’ve decided to revamp it.
Surviving between contracts can be challenging. We discuss five top ways to maintain your productivity and sanity during gaps in our contractor survival guide.
Here’s our list of the top twenty-five contracting websites and resources that make our lives a little bit easier, ideal for contractors and freelancers.
Quirky names catch people’s attention and leave lasting memories for your business. Check these ideas and pick the best company name to win new clients!
Many contractors are reluctant to end the relationship with their current accountant. Switching services is one of those things, like changing bank or looking for a new insurance deal; an arduous task put on the back burner while there are more important things to be getting on with. But switching needn’t be difficult or time-consuming. Here’s how Lee, an IT Consultant, found the move to inniAccounts.
Matt Townley, a first-time contractor, shares his experiences of finding the perfect accountant to remove the stress of running a limited company.
Back to work today but longing for your bike? Maybe dreaming of a little workshop where you can do the things you love every day? A growing number of contractors and freelancers are working as part of a grand plan. Our clients regularly share with us their designs to diversify their contracts, to move into a different sector, or frequently to pursue a passion and turn it into a viable business.
Today, you’ll find Nick Griffiths balancing his contracting career in engineering design with a flourishing property business. Here’s how Nick uses inniAccounts to ensure his businesses are easy to manage and the numbers are always taken care of – so he can focus on the important things.
Technology has helped millions of freelancers and contractors gain the freedom to choose how and where they work. But working with people across the country isn’t without its challenges. Here are some of the best remote working practices and tools we’ve found in our own experiences as both off-site freelancers and contractors and end-clients.
Whether you’re a contractor helping a client to grow or a business owner looking to improve your service, I believe there are four simple secrets that can deliver successful innovation in any environment.