Amaze Celebrates FCSA Re-accreditation

Amaze Celebrates FCSA Re-accreditation

We are pleased to have passed the Freelancer and Contractor Services Association’s (FCSA) annual review of compliance and service for a second successive year. Following a rigorous audit carried out independently of the FCSA, the accreditation was awarded and a copy submitted to HMRC. FCSA accreditation is recognised as the industry’s compliance gold standard, with the FCSA being the largest independent trade association for professional employment service providers. Their work centres on promoting compliance and best practice in order to minimise risk in the supply chain.

Our umbrella services accreditation reflects Amaze’s commitment to freelancers, contractors and recruiters to continue to act professionally and ethically within the UK tax, employment and regulatory laws. Amaze Umbrella’s accreditation demonstrates sound financial stability and that our services are delivered to the highest industry standards.

Amaze Umbrella Founder and Managing Director, Nathaniel Giddings said, “We are delighted to have received FCSA accreditation for the second year running and we look forward to continuing our close working relationship with the FCSA. We’ve built a loyal following of highly skilled professionals who value our transparency, straight-talking and willingness to recognise their individual needs. After what has already been a challenging year due to Covid-19, our dedicated team have remained committed to offering the highest levels of service. As this uncertain period continues we will continue to help our contract workers and agency partners navigate the complexities of umbrella payroll, IR35 and regulatory changes.”

Amaze are proud to continue to offer FCSA accredited services to our workers and partners. If you would like to find out more about our services and how we can help you or your business, speak to a member of our team today on: 0161 464 8993

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