Can I be self employed and have a limited company?

Can I be self employed and have a limited company?

Many of these also apply if you own a limited company but you’re not classed as self-employed by HMRC . You can be both employed and self-employed at the same time, for example if you work for an employer during the day and run your own business in the evenings. You can check whether you’re self-employed: online.

Can I be self employed and claim universal credit?

When you are self employed and you claim Universal Credit, you are treated as if you are earning a certain amount. If you are earning more than the minimum income floor, your actual earnings are taken into account instead.

Can a self employed person claim discrimination?

Those who are self-employed will still have protection in place for their health and safety, as well as against discrimination. They may also have specific rights and responsibilities set out by the terms of any contracts that they have with their clients.

Can I claim redundancy if self employed?

Self-employed people and freelance workers are generally not entitled to Statutory Redundancy Pay. Similarly, directors of companies usually have no entitlement. Workers on fixed-term contracts are entitled to SRP if the duration of the contract is two years or more and it is not renewed by reason of redundancy.

What is false self employment?

False self-employment is a term used to describe a company who are disguising employment of their workers as self-employment. This is usually to evade paying Income tax and National Insurance contributions.