Solicitor legal advice on 3 Must-Know tips for a side hustle! | Lawyer4U

August 17th, 2019

Want help in solicitor legal advice? Lawyers4U is ready to offer legal advice on your legal matters to help you comprehend the lawful limitations to live a hassle-free life.  In this blog post, we will discuss how to handle tax situations. Let’s get started…

As tax season gets into full swing and every individual gear up for that. But what about for those individuals who fall somewhere in between traditional 9 to 5 jobs while also running a small business that generates income on the side? Being a side hustler comes with its own set of tax requirements and special considerations that may not be relevant for those who solely run their own business or else solely work a traditional 9 to 5 jobs. If you are one of them, these must-know tax tips are for you:

  1. Comprehend your business tax obligations- Whether you are a freelancer or have a formally structured business such as an LLC or C-Corp, any person who brings in self-employment income not covered by a traditional employee W-2 is expected by the IRS to make regular estimated tax payments. To determine your estimated tax obligations for the current year, Solicitor legal advice using the estimated tax calculation worksheet within the form as a guide.

  2. Use a separate business bank account and credit card- you have likely heard it before, but the importance of using a separate business bank account as well as a credit card for your business expenses can’t be overstated especially when you have a side hustle. Solicitor legal advice from Lawyers 4 U always states that keep a separate business bank account and credit card under the name of your business and vow to use those accounts for business-related expenses to avoid confusion.

  3. Maintain your bookkeeping monthly to avoid tax-time stress – When you have a side hustle in addition to the standard income, tax time is already stressful enough. But if you haven’t been maintaining precise books for your business throughout the year, the tax season stress can instantly escalate. As per Lawyers 4 U’s solicitor legal advice, you should be maintaining your business accounting through an online tool.

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August 5th, 2019

Most business owners need professional legal services at some point, and numerous entrepreneurs are curious about their online legal advice options. If you are a business owner and searching for Legal advice online, then Lawyers 4 U is the optimum destination to be reached.

We are much less expensive for basic legal services, like filling for an LLC than traditional lawyers in law firms. While lower prices are enticing, the decision to choose online legal advice likes us rather than an attorney in a law firm is a big one, since the implication of improperly filed contracts can be severe for the business owners.

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Our Online legal advice is low-cost relative to what other law firms’ charge, which makes most small business owners straight away wonder why and how online advice can charge so much less than other attorneys. We are fully qualified barristers that provide complete guidance as well as online drafting services without wasting much time.

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July 2nd, 2019

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June 14th, 2019

A divorce is a life-altering event and for numerous individuals, it is an emotionally charged situation. Why? The person whom you had loved and intended to share a life with is now going to be apart from you. Dissolving your marriage is a lengthy process. Issues of property division and child time sharing cause couples to have conflicts without a great deal of guidance when they are attempting to finalize their tactics moving forward.

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April 16th, 2012

UK Trade mark procedure: from application to registration

The first stage is to complete and file the application form and pay the applicable fee. The fee varies depending on the amount of classes under which protection is sought.

Once the application is filed, the mark will then be put before an Examiner who will then assess the mark against the criteria for registration. The Examiner does not, at this stage, assess whether the mark complies with the relative grounds (previously this was the case).

If the mark is accepted by the Examiner as meeting the relevant requirements, the mark will then be put forward to the Publication stage. The Publication stage generally lasts for a period of two months. The purpose of the Publication stage is to allow other earlier rights holders the opportunity to assess whether the mark conflicts with their mark in terms of the absolute grounds. If the wish to challenge the mark then the earlier rights holder may file an opposition.

If after the end of the Publication period there are no outstanding oppositions under the mark, the Registry will put the mark through to Registration, at which point, the mark will be registered and a Trade Mark Certificate issued.

The mark will last for 10 years and can be renewed for an unlimited number of further 10 year periods.

There are many potential pitfalls to an application such as the absolute and relative grounds for refusal. Care should be taken before filing you mark(s) and a trade mark search is advisable.



April 11th, 2012

Employer’s warned about demanding Facebook’s details.

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) warned employers this week that it would have “very serious concerns” if employers demanded Facebook login and password details from existing or would-be employees. Its concerns were made following news from the USA.  A spokesman for the ICO said: “The UK Data Protection Act clearly says that organisations shouldn’t hold excessive information about individuals, and it’s questionable why they would need that information in the first place…..We would have very serious concerns if this practice was to become the norm in the UK”.  Facebook said: “We don’t think employers should be asking prospective employees to provide their passwords because we don’t think it’s the right thing to do. While we do not have any immediate plans to take legal action against any specific employers, we look forward to engaging with policy matter safeguard the privacy of our users and other stakeholders, to help be.



April 10th, 2012

Where a mortgaged property is subject to a lease and the lender seeks to exercise a power of sale, the lender will need to know whether the lease will be binding on the lender.

If the lease was granted after the mortgage, then the matter is governed by section 99 of the Law of Property Act 1925. This gives a borrower who is in possession of the mortgaged property a power to grant leases that will bind the lender, provided the lease meets certain criteria. Being unpopular with lenders, they almost in all cases, remove this power altogether or make a requirement for the lender’s prior consent by a provision in the mortgage deed. As a result of this, if the borrower grants a lease without the consent of the lender, and the lender wishes to sell, the lender can obtain a court order for possession and the tenant will have no rights against the lender and will have to leave.

The Law of Property Act 1925 provides for whether the lender can sell without being bound by a lease that was granted prior to the creation of the mortgage. For example, a lease for a term of seven years or less is an unregistered interest that will override a disposition of the land.



April 10th, 2012

April 2012

From 6th April, the rules relating to the Tenancy Deposit Scheme will change as follows:

– Deposits received on or after 6th April must be protected within 30 days of receipt.

– Those deposits that have already been received, must have been protected by midnight on the 5th April 2012.

– Where an Assured Shorthold Tenancy is renewed with a tenant, and the deposit is retained by the landlord, the deposit must be re-registered.

– Where a landlord takes money to cover loss of rent or for damages or losses to the landlords property, it will be treated as a deposit, despite the name given to it by the landlord.

– Any guarantee or bond given to the landlord will not need to be registered unless money is literally handed over to the landlord.

– The landlord cannot charge the tenant a deposit protection fee, however the landlord can charge for administration services, and can also charge VAT for it.

– The certificate and certain information in relation to the deposit protection must be supplied to the tenant and any third party that provided the deposit.

– Where a landlord wishes to serve a section 21 Notice, it will not be enforceable, unless:

1. The deposit was protected within 30 days of receipt or returned to the tenant before serving the section 21 Notice

2. The certificate and certain information in relation to the deposit protection was supplied to the tenant and any third party that provided the deposit

– Where the landlord uses the custodial tenancy deposit scheme, he must ensure that he provides DPS the correct contact details for the lead tenant. This is to ensure that where the DPS needs to return the deposit to the lead tenant at the end of the tenancy, it can contact the lead tenant to do so.

– The deposit must be registered in the name of the registered proprietor of the property, unless an agent is registering the deposit.



April 4th, 2012

Football in pubs but dont play the anthem!

Practically this is a victory to the publicans. Although the Judge Kitchin LJ ruled in the Premier League’s favour in relation to some of the copyright issues. The judge held that the publican defendants were infringing copyright by communicating the works to the public in breach of section 20 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 however they had a defence to infringement in relation to copyright in the films included in the broadcasts in section 72(1)(c) of the CDPA.

Therefore the Premier League have a claim of copyright infringement in relation to the PL anthem and certain graphics.

While we wait for the declarations from all parties, surely this will mean that publicans are free to show premier league matches provided they do not play the anthem or show any of the premier league graphics?

So is this the end for SKY in pubs?



April 3rd, 2012

Use Good Faith and Uphold the Trust

Trustee’s primary obligation is to carry out the Trust purposes in accordance with the Trust Deed or other foundation documentation.
The utmost good faith is required of anyone aspiring to be a Trustee.  A high degree of probity, honesty, and integrity are required in undertaking to ensure the fulfilment of the Trust.
Once the purposes of a public Trust have been declared, the donor is not entitled to intervene or change them.

Joint Responsibility

Trusteeship imposes a duty on each Trustee to ensure that the actions of his fellows comply with the Trust Deed and with the law.
Even although day-to-day management may be, and sometimes practically must be, delegated, overall supervision lies with the Trustees as a whole.  Trustees are not entitled through good nature or embarrassment or indolence or ignorance to allow co-Trustees free rein to do as they see fit.
Allowing a co-Trustee to commit a breach of trust, whether expressed or implied, will involve both Trustees in the consequences of breach of trust.

Charity Trustees and Quasi Trustees

The responsibility for charities extends beyond those who are formally Trustees  – by statute all who are “concerned in the management or control” of bodies recognised as charities in Scotland, whether Trustees or not, are bound to administer the charity honestly and ensure the sound management and proper application of its assets.

Own Opinions

Trustees are entitled to have their own opinions but must distance themselves from these and not allow them to undermine the Trust.  They cannot allow themselves to be influenced by matters extraneous to the terms and purposes of the Trust and must uphold Trust strategy.


It is the duty of Trustees to take advice but make their own decisions in the light of the advice

Avoid Conflicts of Interest

Trustees must separate their own interests and personality from the interest and personality of the Trust.
If a Trustee finds he cannot do that, he should abstain from participating in relevant decisions and if it goes further than single issues should resign as a Trustee.

Standard of Care

The standard of management is the same standard of care that a prudent man of business would take in his own affairs.  This involves having a reasoned and reasonable basis for decisions taken.

Avoid Breach of Trust

Trustees must not allow a conflict of interest to develop between themselves and the Trust  – to do so is a breach of trust.
Breach of trust can involve dishonesty but can also consist in failure to observe the law or failure to seek proper advice.
It includes any form of bad management or neglect or any act that goes against the purposes of the Trust.  Allowing a co-Trustee to commit a breach of trust is itself a breach of trust.
It is no defence that the other Trustees concurred nor that they acted in good faith.
Similarly, it is no defence that Trustees in breach have exercised the same prudence that they do in their own affairs; a Trustees’ actions must be measured against the objective standards of prudence and ordinary diligence.

Liability for Actions

The general rule is that Trustees incur personal liability on a joint and several basis. The liability of the Trust Estate is determined by the liability of the Trustees, not their ability to pay.

Trustees can take out their own insurance to cover liability for their actings but this can only be met from Trust funds where there is authority in a Deed of Trust or a scheme approved by the court.  However, if insurance cover is justified by the nature of the Trustees’ activities the expenditure on premiums may be justified.


Trustees are personally liable for their failures.  If it appears to the Lord Advocate that there is or has been any misconduct or mismanagement in the affairs of a charity, he may suspend any person concerned in its management of control pending action by the Court of Session.  It may remove and disqualify that person from office.