MyAccountant becomes latest FCSA member

      The Freelancer and Contractor Services Association (FCSA) has today welcomed MyAccountant on board as a new member having demonstrated that it fully complies with the trade body’s strict code of conduct for accountancy providers. The FCSA Code

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FCSA responds to Citizens Advice Bureau’s Research

Today’s research study “Neither One Thing Nor The Other” issued by the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) is an over-simplification of the real self-employment situation according to the Freelancer and Contractor Services Association (FCSA), the independent trade body for professional employment service providers.

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Do you really know your workforce

This blog post was originally published in HR News. Julia Kermode, CEO of FCSA, discusses the role of flexible workers and the contribution they make to the UK workforce: “Most politicians wax lyrical about the value of the flexible workforce. The

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Flying the Flag for Freelancers

Interestingly, the Labour party has started saying it must reach out to self-employed, with their “Red Shift” group believing the party is doomed to failure unless it adapts to the new world of working people. They have acknowledged that the

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FCSA reflects on Osborne’s Summer Budget

FCSA has called today’s Budget a mixed bag for members and the freelance community it supports. Commenting on some of the detail that affects members, freelancers and contractors, Julia Kermode, CEO of FCSA said: “The Chancellor claimed to be delivering

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FCSA influencing Government at top level

FCSA chair Graham Fisher has been invited to attend the Chancellor’s post-Budget briefing on 9th July.  The invitation can be seen as a clear acknowledgement by the Government that it recognises the contribution made by the flexible workforce to the

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