After you have successfully completed a job, your invoice will automatically get generated at 6am the following Monday, from the moment the invoice is generated you will receive payment within 30 days to your nominated bank account, please make sure you have added your bank account details.
How payments work:
All your payments and invoices are stored securely in the financials section. When you first navigate to the financials section you will see your financials dashboard, this gives you an overview of your account and shows your invoices generated within the last month.
At the bottom of the financial dashboard, you will see Stripe Payouts, this displays the latest 3 payments that are on the way to your nominated bank account. The (expected to hit your bank account column) is the date Stripe expect you to see the payout in your nominated bank account, this could be at any point during that day/evening, there aren't any guaranteed timings on payouts to your account.
To track when we are sending your invoice to Stripe for payout, simply click on the outstanding invoice button, click on any invoice listed and you will see in a grey bar under the job title the date when we are sending this invoice to Stripe.
View some screenshots by clicking the buttons below to help out :
To use Coalition Live as a freelancer you must be either self-employed or registered as a limited company.
To register yourself as self-employed you need to register for and file your self assessment tax return, this can be done here via the gov.uk website.
When you have registered as self-employed you will receive a UTR (Unique Taxpayer Reference) number, this can be entered in your account section in profile information.
You are your own advert, make sure your profile has a much detail as possible making it easier for clients to find what you are all about.
Include hi-res photos showcasing yourself in action.
Add a short video introducing yourself.
Check out some of our top-tips on ways to improve your chances of being hired.
To add more photos to your profile navigate to your account section.
Click the my media tab. There you will see the option to add a headshot, head and shoulder shot and a full-length body shot, also below listed other media is where you can add photos of yourself in action or a video link from Youtube or Vimeo, these will be displayed on your profile.
As you may or may not know April 6th 2019 Coalition are moving some roles to PAYE Worker Status at the request of HMRC.
PAYE stands for Pay As You Earn. It is the system for collecting tax from your earnings or pensions during the tax year. The tax year begins on 6 April in the year and ends on 5 April in the following year.
If a role you undertake falls under PAYE status it simply means you will now receive Holiday Pay and National Insurance Contributions on your pay. It also means that you will be automatically enrolled in to a Pension Scheme which will also be deducted from your pay. You can opt out of the pension scheme and then no deductions are made. Simply follow the instructions when you are prompted.
There will be a blue box under any of your roles that are PAYE enabled in your Account > Roles. The first time you log-in when PAYE is in affect you will be prompted to fill in a few fields, once you have filled in the relevant information you won't have to enter it again.
You get paid the same way, automatically with a payslip that is generated for you, this can be downloaded. We use a secure payment provider called Stripe (Uber use it too so we're in safe hands) to ensure you get paid on time and securely direct to your bank. You don't have to do anything. Your payslip will automatically be generated and stored in your 'Financials' section on Coalition Live with details of when you should expect the payment to land in your account.
No, there are some exemptions such as Actor, Model, Dancer, Magician. If you are a registered as a Limited Company you will also be exempt.
Change is often that annoying thing that happens when we've just got used to everything so we've tried to reduce the impact on you as much as possible. Where we can are working closely with clients and striving to increase your rates even though this increases our costs with auto pension enrolment, holiday pay and national insurance contribution.