Being Self-Employed

Considerations when you are self-employed

Running your own company or being self-employed can be rewarding but can also mean having to navigate unique financial challenges, particularly in the areas of taxation, pensions and mortgages. From protecting your income in the event that you are unable to work to replacing a number of the benefits you might have enjoyed in traditional employment, you need financial solutions tailored to your circumstances.

 One of the downsides of becoming self-employed is the temptation to take up valuable time by becoming involved in areas of the business that are not necessarily suited for your skill set. 

Most successful self-employed people know the points at which it is wise to call in the experts with one of the most important being with your business and personal finances.

Our personalised advice can help you forge ahead with confidence, whether you are arranging a mortgage, deciding on the best way to draw income from your business or looking to maximise returns on cash reserves. We can help with all aspects of your financial planning including tax planning, ensuring you are protected in the event you are unable to work (and earn) through ill health as well as longer term such as retirement planning.