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Free guide to working through an Umbrella Company



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This guide has been produced to help you understand what is involved in joining an Umbrella Company. It outlines the associated benefits and processes, explains what you need to do, what to expect and what Brookson’s umbrella solution offers.

  • An introduction to Umbrella Employment
  • The Main Benefits
  • Appreciating the Financial Benefits
  • Understanding Umbrella Employment
  • Choosing an Umbrella Company Provider
  • About Brookson

 

What is an Umbrella Company?

When working via an Umbrella Company you are an employee and therefore taxed as such with PAYE and National Insurance contributions being retained by the Umbrella Company. This is balanced out by the fact that you retain the flexibility of being able to choose the assignments you want to work on and claim certain expenses such as travel, subsistence and professional subscriptions. Most of the payroll and other administration is done by the Umbrella Company, so this is a hassle free way of working.

 

About Brookson

Since 1995, we’ve provided accountancy, tax and support services to over 90,000 contractors, freelancers and self-employed professionals - it’s what we specialise in and it means we’ve been able to develop a unique service that is innovative, friendly and easy to use.

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Why Brookson?

  • Free Tax Advice
  • Same day CHAPS bank transfers for your wages
  • SMS text alerts on payments
  • View timesheets, payslips and assignments 24/7 via our online portal
  • Our Employee Relations Team is available six days a week
  • Access to the Brookson discount scheme (save 5% + on fuel, shopping and more)
  • Tailored financial advice

 

"I have been with Brookson since the beginning of 2011. I have always found the staff very helpful and efficient. The service Brookson provide makes running my business easy. I have recommended Brookson to a number of colleagues in the past and will continue to do so in the future."

Marvin Slaytor

 

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