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A guide to becoming a contractor

A contractor provides services to other businesses, without actually becoming their employee. It means that contractors usually operate as a self-employed person, as a limited company, or as another legal structure.

If you decide to become a contractor, it’s your responsibility to let HMRC know about your earnings, and to pay the right tax and NI. It might sound daunting, but don’t worry!

Download our guide on becoming a contractor to find out how to get started with contracting, and steps you need to take.


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