Labour leader lets his party's slight on the self-employed continue.
The 'freelance-friendly' pledges of Cameron, Clegg, Farage, Bennett and Sturgeon.
The very workers targeted by HMRC are the ones who need a say, appeals AUCAE.
What Nick Clegg and his party are pledging to win your vote.
What David Cameron and his party are promising to win your vote.
What Ed Miliband and his party are promising in return for your vote.
Targets include dormant companies and 'disguised self-employment.'
FTSE firms reportedly at risk of being bitten for flouting cookie law.
Demand's upward spiral will likely make six IT contractor-types fidgety if their rates aren't right.
Holiday pay ruling may have 'major impact' on contract staffing sector.
Wrongly telling HMRC that you're F, when you're likely D, could have consequences.
Yesterday's rule to exempt 'Ltds' from reporting small value benefits isn't in force.
Big companies urged to buy their unflattering TLDs before somebody else does.
Latest IR35 Forum promised fresh advice, fewer meetings and 250 enquiries at a time.
Two new frameworks + four official moves = IR35 (and the Forum) going nowhere.
Inside IR35 contractors will be relieved that Osborne retained Entrepreneurs' Relief.
UK and Ireland accounted for 42 per cent of the total European investment in Fintech.
Another oil giant's contract IT workforce is told to lower their rates by 15% or leave.
The unintended consequences of stripping tax relief from the supervised, directed and controlled.
Chancellor's simplification measure seems like anything but from a technology standpoint.
IPSE hopes David Cameron gets his way, for the health of e-services suppliers.
VAT charges when contractors bid for public work to be nullified from April.
Not declaring to the taxman is criminalised, regardless of any intent to defraud him.
Experts clash over the slow death of T&S relief for the supervised, directed and controlled.
Six sections stating the key announcements of George Osborne's sixth Budget.
No more tax relief from next April if you're supervised, directed and controlled.
George Osborne 'takes Britain one more big step from austerity to prosperity.'
Taxman has issued IR35 status decisions that he'll soon spell out to everybody.
A list of the latest talking points between the taxman and contractors' advisers.
Joined-up thinking seems to have kicked the expenses clampdown into the long grass.
IFA to contractors reveals what he expects (and wants) to see from the chancellor.
'IR35 unlikely to rear its head in the Budget due to HMRC update just four days before it.'
What George Osborne should (and shouldn't) offer PSC contractors on Wednesday.
Latest rate data revealed to a techie testing the water of IT contracting.
The hubs and hot skills that are driving demand in the technology contracts market.
Oil giant tells temporary tech workforce to accept pay cut or quit.
Most umbrella companies expect a withholding of tax relief, rather than a withdrawal.
Firms throwing money at the demand-supply mismatch is lining the IT labour market's pockets.
A destabilising of contractors at the MoD requires an urgent rethink, says IPSE.
UK's contracting tsar is sad about how self-employment is seen by Labour MPs.
Tax unit makes at least 45 mentions of the rule it's restricted from exploring.
The 22 big things the government should do on status, listed and at-a-glance.
A lack of capacity and skills is auspicious if you're one of seven types of IT contractor.
Honesty will be the only policy if a new virtual certification system becomes compulsory.
Isis killer is an ex-computer programmer who has a knack for sales and holds a 2:2.
A tightening up to a payment code should help small firms, even if it is only voluntary.
Aid is issued to people who work for themselves that get stung for not self-assessing correctly.
A new law requires 'prompt payment' throughout the government's supply chain.
Chancellor vows action next month, potentially against those who advise on dodging HMRC.
An investigation into the outsourcing giant is the right response to allegations, says IPSE.
Dataset casts the tech sector as cautiously optimistic, despite louder talent pains.
Being fined for filing your tax return 'a day or two' late may soon become a thing of the past.
Ministers' actions from May will make or break the UK’s digital future – report.
UK’s contractor body gives a green light to the rail network’s digital upgrade.
The difference between a skilled IT contractor and an interim manager seems lost on most end-users.
The taxman's biggest ever data grab in the contractor market? Probably…
Contractor body backs red tape reduction, but warns of a new growth restriction.
IR35 investigations last year netted a paltry £430,000 for the Revenue.
Alerts to file early are having an impact, but only on some self-assessors.
The start of 2015 had the edge over the end of 2014, as predicted to ContractorUK.
Battle of the Silicons: the Glen is only slightly lagging behind the Roundabout.
Only six days left to talk the taxman out of robbing you of relief on travel and subsistence.
Just as many top rate brolly workers are in the likes of Manchester than London.
State agency says it's got better since being told its error caused a 'Ltd' to collapse.
HMRC wants to publicly identify repeat avoiders, even if they are indifferent to public outrage.
Taxman's record on IT suppliers inspires 'little confidence' that he'll succeed in 2017.
Take-home pay is one of the few positives for the increasingly cautious contract workforce.
A month behind bars for every year she stole from the public purse goes to a female tax official.
London's daily IT pay divides into the lucrative, the flat and the long-term static.
What 21 IT contractor skills are worth -- this year and last.
Technology is the strongest capital investment that banks and financers are set to make.
Politicians may target the increasingly costly tax break you get when disposing a company.
'Astonishing' fee rise of up to 622% awaits those taking a commercial dispute to court.
Hopefully, it will be only the media who's taken in by 'brollies' who aren't proper brollies.
Five industry bosses respond to the Dispatches investigation into umbrellas.
ContractorUK survey finds less pessimism among its readers this year than last.
Investigations into small businesses collect more additional tax than ever before.
Speak up on the fastest ever mobile services, coming down the line inside of five years.
Financial masterclass to include timely advice on how to do your tax return.
FinTech and Apps credited with adding to the stock of one-man bands.
Both PSC and brolly workers should keep calm and contribute to HMRC’s 'discussion.'
The best agents, advisers, brollies, clients and contractors (among others), are revealed.
What the IR35 Review says about the 'slow, cumbersome and mistrusted' Contract Review Service.
Taxman will only accept genuine reasons for missing his deadline, not exotic ones.
Contract IT market reverts to its traditional course of slowing before Christmas.
CEO's foul-mouthed tirade at an IT contractor in 2009 may catch up with him.
What the IR35 Review says about the increasingly quiet HMRC phone service.
A smattering of positives thanks to the IR35 Forum still smacks of far too little too late.
The 32 recommendations on IR35, and which of them HMRC accepts/rejects.
Chancellor chooses his words (and timing) carefully for his last red box.
Start-ups and jobs in technology seem to have the edge over those in financial services.
Or are the previous 12 months as good as it gets for independent workers?
ContractorUK would like to wish all our readers a very happy holiday. We look forward to keeping you up-to-date with all the latest contractor news throughout 2015.
Optimism, concern and anxiety are each by-products of the T&S consultation.
For better or worse, the taxman gives contractors an extra five months to consider settling.
Chartered advisers welcome a tweak to next month's VAT rules for digital suppliers.
Technology next year -- social business, omnichannel and the end of traditional files?
Brollies are unsure that simplification is the sole effect of dispensations dying.
New discussion paper outlines 'potential ways forward' to recover lost tax.