For most women the decision to start a family comes at just the time their business or career is starting to take off. Can egg freezing change the equation?
Whether you work for yourself or are an employee, you need to plan ahead and weigh up your options on potential maternity leave. Here is everything you need to consider.
What if you have to drop everything to pick up a sick child from school? What if a customer rings while you are at the nativity play? How do you cope during half term?
The new Tax-free childcare scheme could help cut your childcare costs by up to £2,000 per child. It’s now open to self-employed parents just starting up too.
The number of UK independent professionals has hit 1.88 million, with women leading the way in the decision to go solo.
Running your own business means that you can be more flexible about caring for elderly parents. But it’s rarely an easy balance. Rosie Slosek shares her coping strategies.
This summer, finding myself suddenly single in late spring, I decided to move – lock, stock and barrel to Spain. This was to be an adventure of a different kind and a much longer ‘holiday’ and work break than I had anticipated.
A major change in life plans forced Katie Day to take time out to reinvent herself and rebrand her business, aged 54.
StartUp Loans’ milestone muse, Melissa Mailer-Yates, tells us about her business journey so far and how she found the StartUp Loans process.
If you’re considering working alongside your studies, here are a few pointers to consider before launching into a career as a student entrepreneur.
Don’t listen to people who say that university’s a waste of time if you want to run your own business. The gap between business skills and higher education is closing. Lianne Wilkinson shares her experience and tips.
You’re never to old to start a business. Why retire when work could be fulfilling and fun.
The top 5 reasons mums start businesses from home.
Hilary Farnworth has helped hundred of women over 50 to get into business. Here are her top tips for women and policy makers.