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Greater savings for freelancers if they shop on-line

02 November, 2009

Recent comments by the experts have suggested that micro-businesses, contractors and freelance consultants could be saving money if they took measures to cut unnecessary spending and shopped on-line.

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Contractors and freelance consultants advised to take a realistic approach

30 October, 2009

An expert has suggested that contractors and freelance consultants should be considering a practical and sensible approach when setting and achieving their goals.

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Contractors and freelancers unfair business tax could worsen

26 October, 2009

Contractors and freelance consultants may very well be agreeing with the experts who have suggested that problems relating to unfair business tax could soon worsen.

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Election outcome could be good for IT contractors

19 October, 2009

IT Freelance contractors could be depending on next year’s General Elections, as it has been predicted that things could be looking better for them.

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Support must be given to female freelance consultants

16 October, 2009

President of the British Association of Women -Tatjana Hine, has said that support must be given to women freelancers.

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HMRC practical guide to VAT changes

30 September, 2009

The HMRC guide tells you in practical terms how to deal with and apply the change to the new standard rate of VAT.

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A busy summer for Trafalgar Contractor Solutions

31 August, 2009

Since the last update in April, the UK’s fastest growing Umbrella Company, Trafalgar Contractor Solutions, today gave us a run down of what they have been up to during the summer.

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Google Chrome OS puts IT contractors in demand

02 August, 2009

Google are recruiting Linux software engineers as they ready themselves to launch their Chrome operating system.

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UK IT contractors replaced with cut price overseas workers

31 July, 2009

Due to BT's 31% stake in an Indian technology firm and a loophole in the work permit system, they have been able to lay off UK IT contractors and replace them with Indian nationals.

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IT Contractors jobless as Lloyds cuts staff

26 July, 2009

Only days after a slight upturn, the Lloyds Banking Group has reported that it has had to cut back another 370 contract employees.

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