UK Paying someone as self employed


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Hi,

So i have started a very small tutoring business. I have about 10 weekly clients who pay per hour for my services. At the moment this is very casual but i want to make it all official and put it through HMRC. I would like to learn about running a company and so doing it the LTD route i think would be a good learning experience.
The thing i am a bit worried about is adding on employees - i just dont think its worth it if someone is doing 1hr a week for me say. Can i pay them as self employed?

Thanks
 
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Fidget

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Depends. Employed v. Self Employed is quite a contentious area. Do a net search on it and you'll find the conditions that are likely to classify somebody as employed or self employed.

Same with setting up an Ltd - Companies House website will tell you all you need to know to get started.
 

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