Whether you’re emigrating or simply flying home, shipping your goods will almost always work out cheaper than paying excess baggage fees at the airport. We look at a few things you should consider to ensure you get the best deal. If you only have a small bag of clothes to send, then the process is […]
Whether you’re emigrating or simply flying home, shipping your goods will almost always work out ...
As a contractor, you will inevitably have to deal with late payment issues. Not only ...
If you’re working as a contractor, you’ve probably encountered IR35 legislation. It’s essential to know ...
Since 2009, in honour of Nelson Mandela’s birthday, 18 July has been recognised as Nelson ...
As a contractor, you will inevitably have to deal with late payment issues. Not only can this cause cash flow problems, but it may also negatively affect your relationship with your clients. First things first Before you proceed with supplying any goods or services, be sure to get your customer’s acceptance of your terms and […]
If you’re working as a contractor, you’ve probably encountered IR35 legislation. It’s essential to know your IR35 status as you could face steep penalties for avoidance. IR35 in detail Introduced by HMRC, IR35 is designed to ensure that only properly self-employed people receive the relevant tax breaks. There are tax and National Insurance contributions regulations […]
Since 2009, in honour of Nelson Mandela’s birthday, 18 July has been recognised as Nelson Mandela International Day. On this day, people across the globe come together to celebrate Madiba’s life and legacy, honouring his work to change the world for the better. The message behind Mandela Day is simple: Every person has the ability […]
Moving to a new country can be extremely exciting. From deciding on a destination to researching travel opportunities, it can be easy to gloss over some of the more challenging aspects of relocating. Before you buy your one-way ticket and start saying your goodbyes, there are a few things to consider before you emigrate. Will […]
Recent media coverage has made many EU citizens worry about their rights, and those of their families, to live and work in the UK. However, there is little reason to panic if you are already living in the UK on a valid visa. There is also no cause for you to worry if you’re applying, […]
Those hoping to join their Australian partners face one of the most expensive visa fees in the world. We take a look at this cost and how it compares to other partner visa fees. Australian citizens who want to bring their partners into the country have to hand over the hefty sum of AUD 6,865 […]
In June, then Home Secretary, and now UK prime minister, Theresa May, commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to determine whether teachers should remain on the Shortage Occupation List (SOL). It’s unclear what the committee will determine, but the hope is that teachers will remain on the SOL. The UK is struggling to hold on to teachers […]
New Zealand often ranks top of the list for people making an international move. They choose a kiwi lifestyle not just for the high employment rate and financial opportunities, but also because it is an incredible country to call home. Why New Zealand is a favoured migration destination New Zealand is home to beautiful and […]
The Immigration Act of 2016 was updated on 12 July 2016 to introduce an immigration skills charge which will discourage UK companies from hiring foreign citizens. The Tory-led UK government has repeatedly claimed it is presently too easy for UK employers to hire non-UK citizens. The previous Minister for Immigration and Security, James Brokenshire, had some emphatic […]