Posts tagged Freelance

 
22-12-2016 8:14:21

Key changes to IR35 coming in 2017 – what you need to know

IR35 legislation – some key changes are coming in 2017, relating to contractors, their limited companies, personal service companies and end users/clients.

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07-08-2015 7:07:34

The budget, HMRC legislation and the broadcast freelancer

Important: as recent HMRC legislation tries to reclaim as much as £400m for the Treasury, Frame 25 looks at how the changes affect broadcast freelancers.

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13-04-2015 2:41:25

Umbrella Companies Hit by Change in the Law: the Budget and you, the Broadcast Freelancer

Umbrella companies – often used by broadcast contractors – have been hit by a change in the law, but how will it affect you?

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28-01-2014 3:56:31

The ‘Triple A’ of Non-Linear Editing Software (Avid Media Composer v Apple FCP v Adobe Premiere; AFX)

Digital editing, also known as non-linear editing (or NLE), is performed on standard computers using media files and is used in both film and video production. It’s also comparable to the way word processing works, given functions like drag-and-drop and

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06-02-2014 3:54:27

EVS: a route out of the suite?

  EVS, the Belgian manufacturer of a range of video servers and recording products, now boasts over 8,000 operators of its equipment globally. Its product portfolio includes video servers, slow motion and highlights controllers, live graphics tools and media management

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08-05-2014 3:52:39

Interviewing for media jobs: body language speaks volumes

Interviewing for media jobs: body language speaks volumes We often make business contacts via phone calls, email and social media. It can sometimes be weeks or months (perhaps even years) before we meet. That’s the all-important first contact taken care

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03-10-2014 3:51:36

Insurance policies for TV & film freelancers

If you’re a TV or film freelancer, it’s a good idea to consider investing in at least one of the various employment-based insurance policies that are available. This is now a somewhat less complex and expensive area of freelancers’ finances

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08-05-2014 3:46:00

Broadcast Freelancers’ Guide to Starting a Limited Company (and what invoicing and accounting software you can use)

Why set up a limited company? Many self-employed broadcast freelancers are starting a limited company (or planning to start one). But why are they making this shift? The answer, simply, is because they have to. An EU directive meant that

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27-11-2014 9:38:14

Agency workers rights – everything you need to know about AWR

We’ve already touched on AWR – Agency Workers Regulations – but since this is currently a big, hot topic, we feel it warrants a closer look. So this article explains everything you need to know about AWR, such as what

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21-11-2014 2:26:17

What is IR35? Demystifying your rights as a freelancer

What is IR35? As we stated in this article, IR35 is ‘intermediaries’ legislation that’s designed to eliminate tax avoidance through workers’ use of intermediaries, or agents. Knowledge of IR35 can determine how much tax you pay. ‘IR35’ simply refers to

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