RECENT forecasts have shown that demand for contractors in the UK is set to increase, throughout 2013. UK umbrella company, Tarpon, believe that although the industry is alive and well, it still remains complex and challenging to understand for many new and existing contractors.
Which is why Tarpon have released their new jargon-busting guide, that can help you understand the most frequently-used terms within the industry, no matter how technical.
The guide clearly explains each term that will help anyone who is new to contracting, or simply confused with all the jargon, make sense of it all.
IR35, PAYE, Salary Sacrifice and Section 66a. Can you explain each of them, or even know what they mean?
If not, try the new umbrella company glossary.
Minesh Gandhi, head of marketing at Tarpon, comments on the launch of the jargon-busting glossary:“Tarpon have always thrived on providing simple and easy to understand information for all of our employees.
|With the goal of achieving complete transparency, that we believe sets us apart form everyone else. We hope the new glossary helps demonstrate this.
“We understand the many benefits that temporary employment brings to millions of contractors in the UK.
“Therefore, its vital that no-one is ever put off because of it’s complex nature.
“Which is why we accept complete responsibility regarding all financial, accounting, and legal requirements. With a first=class customer service being our priority.”
If you have any further questions regarding umbrella companies, or would like to improve your take home pay feel free to get in touch with us at www.tarpon-uk.com/
Tarpon are an umbrella company specialising in contractor tax efficiency, enabling contractors to maximise their income and streamline their admin. Tarpon also provide contractors and agencies with professional advice surrounding potential employment law and tax challenges, including IR35 and AWR.
Tarpon UK Ltd,
Wigmore Park Centre,
tel: 0800 434 6402
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