Firstly, it is important to understand that the terms sole trader, freelancer and self employed are often used interchangeably, but they all mean one thing: to HMRC, you are self-employed for tax purposes. We like to refer to our self employed clients as sole traders. This means you generally own and operate your business on your own.
Follow the steps above and you’ll be setting some good foundations for your new business. If you have further questions, or wish to get going with us as soon as possible, you can book in a Discovery Call here. Or follow us on Instagram to find out a bit more about how we work.