i am selfemployed i pay my own tax ni insurance and have an accountant i have worked for the same company for ten years i work on an hourly rate and get paid every week am i entitled to holiday pay or sick pay
Province/Country relating to question: england
Hello,You would normally only be entitled to statutory sick pay or paid annual leave if you are an employee, not self employed.You may use this tool to see if you are actually an employee despite being self employed: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/calcs/esi.htmAll the best
not shure what you meen by use this tool
it is an online tool to help you check whether you are an employee in reality although you are deemed to be self employed.
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