I started doing a couple of friends tax returns last year. I realised that there will be a market of self employed people who don't know about HMRC regulations regarding self employment which I could help. So over the last year I have built up a small client list of people who I do the accountancy side of their business for. I'm really enjoying it and want to expand it a bit further as the small amount of extra income I am receiving helps keep me and my family in the green. My wife went on maternity leave in 2019 and did not return to work.
As much as I am sure what I am doing is 100% legal, there is a little voice in the back of my mind telling me there is a rule I dont know about. So I just wanted to put it out there to you all and see if there is anything I am doing wrong or any boundries I cannot cross yet.
A little bit of background on me; I was a Purchase Ledger/Sales Ledger Clerk for 3 years, I have been an Assistant Accountant for just short of 3 years, I have the CIMA Cert in Business Accounting (which is equivilant to AAT), I am registered as self employed with HMRC as well as being a full time employee.
Any advice anyone has regarding things I may have missed or may not be aware of would be great and I am thankful in advance.