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Orange Genie Umbrella - fully compliant umbrella company employment 

The freedom of contracting with the security of employment and the benefits you’d expect from a large employer 

Orange Genie Professional

As a professional contractor you need to know that you can rely on your umbrella company, so you can get on with the job at hand, whether that means doing great work for your client, or sourcing new contracting work. You also need to know that you’re using the best working arrangement for your circumstances, and unless you’re an expert yourself that will again mean trusting your umbrella company.  

Orange Genie are FCSA accredited for umbrella company employment and contractor accountancy, so you can be confident of our expertise and our commitment to compliance. This means we’re perfectly placed to advise you which model suits you best, and you can switch seamlessly between them as your circumstances change.  

Where umbrella company employment is the best option for you, our expert teams and robust, well-tested systems ensure you’ll be paid correctly and on time, every time. You’ll know when to expect your pay and you’ll be paid when you expect, so you don’t need to waste time chasing and you can concentrate on what you do best.  

You’ll also have access to Orange Genie Edge, our extraordinary employee benefits platform, designed to help you make your money go further, care for yourself and your family and get more out of life as a contractor.  

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