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How to transform yourself from a fresher to an expert SAP Consultant?
Author Ravi Sankar Venna

Writing your SAP CV
Whether you are an experienced SAP professional or a graduate looking to start out in SAP, when applying for jobs it is essential that you have a well written SAP CV. Your SAP CV is your first point of contact with a...

Agency Workers Regulations – which contractors are affected?
The Agency Workers Regulations ("AWR") become legislation on 1 October 2011. The legislation will give...

IR35: What are the implications for contractors?
IR35 is a piece of UK tax legislation, introduced in 2000, and designed to tackle "disguised employment". The legislation affects freelancers working through an 'intermediary' such as a limited company. Since trading...

Guide to Umbrella Companies
When starting out as a contractor or freelancer, the main two different ways of trading are setting up a limited company and using the services of an Umbrella company.

Contracting vs permanent
Most it contractors start out as their permanent counterparts and, having notched up several years' worth of client contacts, training and expertise in their...

How to get started as an IT contractor
If you've decided your brain is wired to run your own business, then the next question is how to trade? For some, an umbrella company...

Recruitment Agency Directory
Please find below a useful list of SAP Recruitment Agencies. Swan IT

SAP Recruitment Agency Directory
Please find below a useful list of SAP Recruitment Agencies. Hyphen

Daily rate checker for SAP contractors
Being a contractor comes with it's advantages - increased pay being the main benefit and the reason many IT professionals choose to become contractors. As an SAP contractor, you'll want to know that you're getting paid the going...

How much can I earn as an SAP contractor?
Of course, the amount an SAP contractor earns is dependent on a number of factors including; area of work (i.e. London rates tend to be higher), contract length, experience, economy etc. However, the single biggest factor...

Limited Company vs PAYE Umbrella - The ultimate (quick) guide
PAYE Umbrella This is where you ' the contractor' essentially become an employee of the umbrella company. You submit time-sheets to the umbrella who will in turn, invoice the end client (or agency) for the work done by...

How much can I earn as a contractor?
Limited or Permanent Employee? Firstly, let us say this is not SJD promoting or recommending that any contractor works through their own Limited company. You and only you can make this...