There’s some talk that EU passport-holders are ruling the roost in the interesting job stakes, and by ‘interesting,’ I mean a contract or temporary assignment which is overseas if you’re a Brit, writes Kevin Austin, of contracting overseas advisory Access Financial. The Brexit bounce for EU passport-holders Well, thereRead More »Fancy IT consulting in France as a Briton? Here’s how despite Brexit
Contractor’s Question: Due to an inter-family property purchase in Spain I began before Brexit, I’ve achieved Spanish residency, alongside still being a UK passport holder. I’ve now returned to the UK for a brief time but with the residency in Spain achieved, I plan toRead More »Contractors’ Questions: How to work tax-efficiently from Spain?
More companies are finding that it suits them to have staff working from home. Many workers are finding they like this newfound freedom. Many are attracted to the idea of not being tied to an office. We will not talk about the pros and consRead More »Digital Nomad Workforce is coming!
Contractor’s Question: To what extent would the travel, accommodation and subsistence costs incurred to and in Paris, on a meeting-type expedition where no actual work is carried out, be deemed a legitimate business expense? Expert’s Answer: Thank you for the question. I assume you areRead More »Contractors’ Questions: When are Paris business trip costs a legitimate business expense?
Contractor’s Question: What are the covid-19 entry processes and visa requirements for UK nationals wanting to travel to Paris, France, for a one-week stay, or a two-week stay if things go to plan!? My plan is for my partner and I to enjoy a fewRead More »Contractors’ Questions: Can my limited company meet its suppliers in Paris while I’m a tourist?
You are a contractor in Belgium or Sweden or a Recruiter placing contractors there? Take a look at these retention figures: Country Self-employed Employed Limited Company Belgium 56% 43% 75% Sweden N/A 52% 70% When something is too good to be true, it usually is.Read More »Access Tax and Accounting: Our contracting solutions in Belgium and Sweden
Yesterday the government announced tax changes to fund £12 billion a year to be spent on the NHS and social care across the UK. National Insurance contributions (NICs) will increase by 1.25% for one year only for employees, employers and the self-employed from April 2022.Read More »£12bn-a-year tax rise to pay for NHS and social care
EU Deadlines If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen, you and your family can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021. The Scheme closes for further applications on the 30th June 2021 (you must usually have started living in theRead More »Access Financial: Latest Happenings at a Glance_June 2021
Contractor’s Question: I retired to France in 2020 having been an IT contractor for several years. However I am now being invited to work for a UK company remotely. I am registered for French tax but am not yet up to speed on the post Brexit situation. I’mRead More »Contractors’ Questions: Can I remotely supply a UK company as a retired IT contractor in France?
We’re delighted to share with you our presentation, which contains information on Global Tax Aspects for Contractors. We hope you will find this information useful. Please follow the link to download. Here’s what you can learn: Double Tax Treaties IR35 and the UK Off-Payroll Rules –Read More »Global Tax Aspects for Contractors. PDF Presentation