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self-employed

earning one's living in one's own business or through freelance work, rather than as the employee of another
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The study suggests that just over one-third of self-employed workers who wanted to buy a house in the last five years didn't even bother applying for a mortgage because they had already decided they would be turned down.
The research, which was conducted by Bark.com, looked into how much self-employed pros can earn before tax across 11 sectors.
e-File for Businesses and Self-Employed irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/e-file-form-940-941-or-944-for-small-businesses
Despite this, almost three-quarters of self-employed Brits believe their employment status makes it harder for them to get a mortgage, according to new research released today from online mortgage broker Trussle.
According to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics, there are now 4.93 million self-employed workers in the UK, a record high.
Data on the European Union shows that an average of 14% of the total employment of people aged 15 to 74 is in the self-employed group.
The majority of self-employed Cypriots were also male.
"We recognize that most self-employed members of the SSS are also workers who need to be protected in time of work-connected sickness, injuries, or death.
Choi Jong-ku, Chairman of the Financial Services Commission (FSC), unveiled the plan as he met owners of self-employed businesses in Daegu, 300 kilometers south of Seoul, earlier in the day.
The figure below shows the number of self-employed taxi drivers from 1997 to 2016.
Across the region, the self-employed make up nearly 75% of the private sector.