Ok, my dilemma is this: I am considering giving up my full time job and to advertise myself as a temporary worker for administration and financial duties on a self-employed basis. (Basically working as a temp and cutting out the middle man i.e. Agencies). I qualified in 1997 and have been a full member since 1998 with over 25 years’ experience in Finance both in the public and private sectors. My problem however is I would like to advertise and make sure I get a relatively long term temporary contract (at least six months) before I give in my notice but I believe before I advertise I will have to register as a MIP! This will take time, additional work and expense and at the end of it I don’t know if I am going to get the work. The other option I suppose would be to end my membership with AAT which I don’t really want to do. I would appreciate your comments as to which way I should go and any advice would be appreciated as I have been pondering the self-employed route now for some time. Also does anyone know the best place to advertise my services?
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