The latest batch of ideas on getting the self-employed paid on time which fall at the first hurdle.
Freelancers and the self-employed shouldn’t have to choose between publicising their home address or sharing a work address with money launderers.
Let’s take a look at two recent initiatives designed to combat late payments to freelancers and the self-employed, one in the US and one in the UK.
IWDRO, a private for-profit business under peculiar ownership, has illegally claimed to be the official regulator of the web design and development fields.
What legal rights do the self-employed and microbusinesses have to help them recover unpaid invoices?
I answered your tweeted web law questions in the May 2016 issue of .net magazine, on sale now at a disappointing branch of WH Smith near you.
The House of Commons is obliged to hold a debate in response to the public petition on forcing the self-employed and microbusinesses to file four tax returns annually.
MPs will debate this petition at 4.30pm on Monday 25 January.
The self-employed in the UK will soon be required to file nine tax submissions every year. No, it’s not April 1st.
Accessibility compliance is never supposed to be about running down a tick-box list, and providing halfhearted answers to tick those boxes, so that you do not get sued.
Two excellent WordCamp presentations on contracts have posted to WordPress.tv.
According to the UK’s domain registry, Nominet, it damn well can.
Business relationships are like lifts. You don’t notice them when they’re working, but when they break down, your life becomes very difficult very fast. You need a contract to protect you when it happens.
In this talk we’ll walk through the basic elements of a good project contract. Using wisdom gleaned from eight years of full time professional work – as well as a few lessons learned the hard way from difficult clients – you’ll learn how to build your client relationships on a solid and safe footing. We’ll also cover pain points such as IR35, copyright, and abandonment of project.