Modern Work

Modern Work

Our latest edition of Modern Work covers all the political drama over the last couple of months - and there’s been a lot. From the off-payroll tax reforms in the Budget to the Brexit debacle taking over Downing Street, Modern Work has it covered. Alex Massie analyses what the Budget means for the self-employed, while Andrew Chamberlain discusses how Susan Winchester’s victory over HMRC highlights the flaws of the off-payroll rules.

It’s not all doom and gloom, however. In our cover feature, Charlotte Beevor, talks to us about the perks and challenges of being a freelancer based in rural Totnes, Devon. Because, despite what you may think, the UK actually has twice as many self-employed people working in rural towns and villages as in cities.

This is our last edition of 2018. It has been a great first year for the magazine and we have come a long way since we launched in January. To finish off the year, we have a couple of festive features including a guide to health and happiness.

Enjoy the read and from everyone here, we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

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