If you work in the care industry, your job revolves around caring for people who can’t care for themselves. Working as a self-employed carer, you’re a vital lifeline for those in need, but your job isn’t without its risks. It’s essential to have the right insurance in place to ensure you can keep doing what
More than ever before, organisations are aware of the potential financial impact of a cyber-attack. Many wrongfully assume that the steep, monetary burden of a cyber-attack (exacerbated by new, higher fines under the GDPR) is exclusively tied to damaged digital assets, lost records, and the price of investigating and reporting a breach. While those expenses
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Beginning February 2019, lorries meeting the most recent Euro 6 emissions standards will be eligible for a 10 per cent reduction in the cost of the heavy goods vehicle (HGV) levy. Lorries that don’t meet the latest emissions standards will be expected to pay 20 per cent more in their HGV levy. Currently, the HGV
No more commuting, working the hours you choose and doing something you love: working for yourself is a way of life as well as a job. Nothing beats the freedom of being your own boss, and if it’s something you dream of, here’s how to set yourself up as self-employed. Before you hand in your
As a sole trader or small business relying on a van (or fleet of vans) for your livelihood, a major decision you’ll need to make is whether to buy a van or lease one. Let’s look at the arguments on each side. Buying a van When you buy a van, the biggest advantage is that
Many jobs require employees to drive a company vehicle. While most drivers are cautious and attentive, accidents can occur without warning—even if the operator has years of experience. When accidents happen, it can be incredibly costly for employers. What’s more, just one accident can cost employees their job or lead to serious, debilitating injuries. One