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The Truth about Umbrella Companies

Not something we’re used to over here, Umbrella Companies are widely used by many contractors in the UK, to offset their expenses, and as a result get a larger pay packet each week by paying less tax. Protocol Education have teamed up with Key Portfolio  to help get you up and running. There are a range of Umbrella companies around, but we have found Key is the only one who is fully compliant with UK Tax Law, and what’s more, they are also the best value for you!

Want to sign up? We think you have enough paperwork to do from here, so you can sign up at your UK Induction. It's simple and straightforward, and as long as you set it up before your first pay day, your flights over can be claimed as an expense as well.

Tags: Teach in the UK, Teach in England, Teach in London, Supply Teaching, Working as a Contractor/Supply teacher, Umbrella Companies, Key Portfolio

Category: Teach in the UK

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