Whether you picture yourself as a digital nomad working from a paradise beach, or setting up shop at home, the lure of self-employment has enticed an increasing number of Brits over the years.
There are plenty of appealing positives to being your own boss, such as increased flexibility, the opportunity to map out your own career destiny and achieve a better work/life balance.
But it’s important not to neglect your personal finances in the process and, especially in these uncertain economic times, it really will pay off to do your research before you take the leap.
Our new Good Guide to Self-Employed Finances, sponsored by financial planners EQ Investors, takes you through all the juicy, must-know financial points for making your self-employment a success. It includes:
- The pros and cons of being your own boss
- Planning for how much income you’ll need
- Savings and investments
- Options for investing sustainably
- State benefits for the self-employed
- Top financial planning tips for the self-employed
- Keeping business records
And if you’re already self-employed, this guide will hopefully serve as a useful reminder of the aspects of your financial planning that you need to keep on top of.
So grab a cuppa, download your free copy, and start plotting your path to self-employment now!