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Wednesday, 8th November
FINANCE FOR FREELANCERS: Pensions, Tax Returns and How to Save
A simple workshop outlining the tax savings you can make, how to save for your pension, and the best options for self-employed freelancers.
Date & Time
Starts on Wed, 8 Nov 2023 at 18:00 – 19:00 GMT
About this event
Stressing over your tax return? Are you worried about your pension? Relax – this workshop will break down what you need to do in a way that’s clear and easy to understand.
Wednesday 8th November 2023, 6 pm at Impact Brixton
Financial expert Ana de la Quintana will help you to better understand the UK tax and National Insurance system, guiding you through the clever choices you can make to help save more for retirement.
Ana will take you through the tax savings you can make, outline the best options for self-employed and small business owners; and explain dividends, salaries, National Insurance contributions, taxable income and more.
If you’ve ever wondered whether you should make yourself an employee of your own company, how much you should pay yourself, and whether you should employ your spouse, too; Ana will have the answers you need.
And did you know that many freelancers run the risk of not receiving a state pension due to varying National Insurance contributions?
Ana will tell you everything you need to do to make sure that you get the maximum state pension when you finish working, meaning that you can look forward to a restful retirement.
If you think you could be saving more, this is the workshop for you. It’s everything you wish you’d learned in school.
Join us at Impact Brixton for an easy and reassuring workshop on all things finance, beginning at 6 pm on Wednesday 8th November.
ABOUT ANA DE LA QUINTANA
Ana de la Quintana is a financial adviser with 25 years of experience working in the pension and investment industry. She has advised many large pension schemes and worked for consultancies such as WTW and Aon. She now runs her own advice practice and is working on publishing some easy to understand investment tutorials online.
Tickets are £5