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Being both full-time employed and self-employed is actually quite common, so the short answer is yes.
Let’s look at some situations.
For example: Rebecca works as a full-time developer for TaxScouts but she also writes software for her own clients via PeoplePerHour — she needs to register as self-employed and pay tax on this income.
|Income tax for salary||Your employer|
|Income tax for self-employment profits (minus claimable expenses)||You|
|Class 1 National Insurance contributions||Your employer|
|Class 2 and 4 National Insurance contributions||You|
An umbrella company is a business that acts as an employer to freelancers:
What you need to do:
What you need to do to figure out if you’re an employee:
In this case you’re actually both an owner (“shareholder”) and employee of your own company (“director”), but not self-employed.
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