'Now's not the time to shackle contractors with new or proposed tax rules.'
Voters back Brexit, Cameron resigns and a new future awaits contractors.
The what, who, where, how and when of today's historic EU referendum.
As the polls prepare to open, ISPE confronts what concerns most of its members.
Temporary specialists have cause to cheer on Friday whoever’s won, says SJD.
Agents, academics and IT contractors are leaning away from 'leave.'
Come clean before July 31st to get off with a reduced penalty, says CXC.
Hard and fast beliefs at HMRC smack of future decisions on IR35 being cut-and-dried.
Personal guarantee clause for umbrella directors sparks a war of words.
Contract techies are on the rise amid hirers feeling EU 'uncertainty.'
Accountability is why politics (not economics) should help you decide to back a Brexit.
‘Doing a Switzerland’ on June 23rd won’t give IT contractors a new modus operandi.
Two elements of IT contracting will change post-June 23rd, for better or worse.
Get your strategy in place to combat the new frameworks on income extraction.
HMRC’s date mistake costs them dearly in tax avoidance scheme user enquiry.
Public PSCs must lead the way in enlightening officials about naïve reforms to IR35.
Business body joins accountants and contractors in objecting to IR35 reforms.
Download designed to give late payers less wiggle room is now live on ContractorUK.
Nepotism allegations hit Point Nemo Ltd and C2 Technology Ltd.
Warning to HMRC that reform will result in 'inside IR35' declarations for all contractors.
One-man bands' clients know no bounds when it comes to the creative fob-off.
Moratorium being mulled to help the distressed regroup without being petitioned.
'Significant number' of IT contractors in the City are jumping before being pushed.
Last gasp for limited company usage on the NHS, ahead of new rules next year.
Plans to reform public PSC contracting disappoint IPSE, FCSA and Qdos.
Law firm says recruiters' queries persist in the 'dangerous' world of SDC.
A digital tool and 'truncated IR35' tout certainty – and not just for the public sector.
Spending watchdog mauls the taxman for saving just £1 for every £4 taxpayers have lost.
One taxpayer who lost £15,000 is among 'hundreds' of scammed Revenue customers.
Claims being made about claims are unnecessarily clouding convoluted T&S rules.
A reasonable chancellor will ensure contractors aren't discriminated against, hopes REC.
New ISA needs revising if it's really going to help people who work for themselves -- IPSE.
Lack of PM's support for us isn't cause to snub him on June 23, say IT contractors.
One-man bands still have 'little or no chance' of an IT contract with Whitehall.
Ban on Entrepreneurs' Relief results in a record number of 'Ltds' winding up.
Before their job goes abroad, many of the bank's IT staff must upskill whoever takes it.
Uncertainty looms in the short-term, whether you see new doors -- or barriers.
Extra sub-band and airwaves floated to give apps (and users) the fillip they need.
'Putting back five HMRC consultations is no good if the system isn't put back too.'
Pay and prospects brighter for fintech's freelancers than its permies.
Hardiness of one-man bands to be tested, if their fiscal fears come true.
The NPfIT's prolonged recovery is healthy for IT contractors, even those without experience.
London's banks ask IT contractors to share the pain of a difficult first quarter.
Growth in demand for temporary techies gets its smallest figure since April 2013.
Jeanette, Dean and Asif are the latest taxpayers the Revenue hopes you relate to.
Technology at the heart of jobs which hirers give up trying to fill full-time.
Wealthy city workers wanting to escape help the average tax bill in Elmbridge hit £18k.
Treasury joins micro-businesses in being out of pocket due to non-paying clients.
Big Data is dominating some of the key shifts in clients' IT contractor recruitment needs.
First ever appeal against the MSC legislation goes the taxman's way; convincingly.
Legislative gaffe means brollies must now test for IR35, not SDC, to gauge expenses' relief.
Gap narrows, but contractors still set to vote 'remain' in EU referendum.
Lots of talk on expenses belies the mere handful of claims that the T&S rules permit.
Agency caught advising clients how to dodge 'SDC' so that contractors can get tax relief.
FCSA says its seminar attendees were fed an unproven finding.
Continued rule-flouting can land agencies a hefty penalty every day they don't submit.
'Disastrous' claims Unite; 'careful and sensitive' counters Lloyds.
HMRC's overseer refuses to endorse digital accounts, citing 'significant concerns.'
All the 'non-SDC' evidence in the world is no good, if it only comes from one source.
Home Office to impose a higher salary threshold on intra-company transfers.
HMRC accused of overcharging contractors who its scheme classes as 'consultants.'
Friday's Finance Bill amendment seeks to put the chancellor on a six-month deadline.
'We're small, but some claims are just too small for even us to bother with.'
Ahead of the summer IR35 consultation, HMRC is already lowering your expectations.
Get to grips with the EU referendum; whether you’re in, out or undecided.
Special taskforces being deployed by the taxman to keep hitting 'soft targets.'
Lowest IT contractor index score for 34 months belies a revival for temps.
Summary of this month’s numerous changes that could affect your bottom line.
Unveiled yesterday, 10 chapters on SDC put paid to a get-out for umbrella users.
Another April tax change will dampen buy-to-letters' profits, but not if they use a 'Ltd.'
But PSC contractors can still take steps to maximise take-home pay.
From today, T&S tax relief for 'SDC' and IR35 contractors is outlawed.
Techies affected by HMRC ending its IT contract early are called to action.
Agency body warns of a legal showdown if recruiters are made to decide PSCs' status.
Outside IR35 contractors who are managed headed off from tax relief, where they are 'SDC.'
Microsoft can now be learnt in minutes; Cisco in seconds.
HMRC to consult on shifting IR35 liability in the public sector as early as next month.
Five anomalies exist, further to a long list of questions that HMRC needs to answer.
Act now while the government isn't, says PwC.
First potential deserters emerge, amid fears the private sector's next.
Budget reveals a taxman 'desperate' to cash-in on those who refuse to fold.
Budget tax hike on close companies favours dividends if you don't want to repay.
Collateral of Budget 2016 includes outsourcers and consultancies supplying PSCs.
Overview of where PSC and brolly workers will feel Osborne giving and taking.
Osborne says he wants to help some people keep more of their money; are you one of them?
Chancellor gives some PSCs a NICs let-off, but will still hit contracting as a whole.
Osborne will 'act now so we don’t pay later, putting the next generation first.'
Soften potential blows in today’s Budget by boosting your income with the following.
Chancellor tipped to shift the liability from worker to engager in a £400m tax raid.
For winding-up contractors, April looks worse than any March Budget reforms to ER.
Use Budget to end sticking plaster approach to contracting, say 55 MPs.
Outside IR35 contractors know to leave job titles at the door.
Contractors occupy too many financial positions to get off scot-free on Wednesday.
Forget the how, what and why – it's the when of the dividend tax that'll sting.
REC warns of scaled back recruitment in wake of April's tax changes.
Review likes the look and feel of the unincorporated, but wants safety like a ‘Ltd.’
At-a-glance: the tax unit's most important major and minor recommendations.
Hardcore of tax dodgers blamed for genuine oversights triggering HMRC inspections.
At least on IR35, what one expert wants to see on March 16th is what she expects to see.
End-users to defy government expectations on travel and subsistence crackdown.