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Hello are there any restrictions in your contract in relation to this?
Thank you. It is entirely possible to be an employee and have your own business at the same time. Many employees have outside business interests and as long as you are up to date with taxes you are not legally prevented from doing both jobs. You do however have to watch out for any restrictions in your contract of employment. You may have a verbal contract now but when they take you on as an employee they may issue you with a written contract and you need to check if there are any restrictions in it preventing you from holding other employment or at least rewiring the employer’s consent before you do so. However, in the absence of this you can have your own business on the side.
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