Workloads of those in computing have increased the most over the last 12 months – Randstad.
Tax tribunal finds HMRC breached the human rights of three small business owners.
Pay and positions for techies stuck at their lowest levels since January – Reed.
What the big three said about contractors, the self-employed and small companies.
Miliband has the right boots on the ground for a notoriously divisive area of policy-making.
Define freelancers and make the tax code simpler, says the Conservatives' Chris Pincher.
Hays urges policymakers to champion contractors to IT and other skills-starved sectors.
Softening in HMRC's litigious approach proves too little, too late.
Family history details used to convince the well-heeled to part with their cash.
London's home-based businesses among those urged to claim to keep thriving.
'Declare your single rental by 2014 or face stiffer penalties and possible prosecution.'
Government IT contractors could see prompt payment written into their contracts.
IT consultants can double their mobility clients within the next few months – analyst.
Haul from tax investigations into small companies up 31% in the last year.
Taxman tries to drum up revenue from contractors who used an EBT between 2008-11.
Still in the red and far from recovery, but shrinking less than it did in 2011 – analyst.
EY set to double its cyber security and Big Data manpower.
No direct crackdown, but changes afoot for some directors, tax plans and temps.
Twenty arrested over the use of bogus IT maintenance men armed with KVM switches.
Techies in the top 10 qualifiers for reaction times, spatial awareness and coordination.
Less bench-sitting reinforces evidence of an upswing for temporary IT workers.
Courts will frown on using an ex-employer's LI contacts for your own rival business.
Techie to indulge his personal Star Wars/Matrix fantasy, in course 1 of 165.
Search begins to find 12 techies whose start-ups punch above their weight.
David Cameron foresees 'thousands more' new businesses, thanks to fresh funding.
GAAR advisory panel loses a NICs expert with a penchant for irreverent language.
HMRC moving to Gov.uk expected to boost the user-friendliness of its content.
Telco blames a techie who knew its IT infrastructure for the robbery of 2m customer files.
Inexperienced permies seen as the biggest barrier by IT hirers ready to staff-up.
Government hails a cut in red tape for 1.5 million micro-businesses.
Lawyer trounces claims that legally paying the least tax possible is an obligation.
Less than four weeks left for higher income child benefit claimants to dodge hefty fines.
August was the hottest month for IT contractors since April 2011.
Taxman to spot evaders using small companies' card payment details.
A dozen places on Whitehall IT panels open to techies enriched by the public good.
Umbrella company contractors, among other professionals, will be hit if unions get their way.
OTS wants input on the complicated rules for limited and umbrella company users.
It's no longer just the client's e-services that developers are expected to connect with.
Resolution service for small companies and individuals is rolled out nationally.
Hirers attack TUC for framing PBA contracts as a loophole that needs closing.
Owner-managers reminded that printer ink has the same VAT reclaim status as petrol.
Officials start rating lenders on their technological ability to deny cyber attackers.
New report to reveal what the economy would look like if every one-person business grew by 10%.
Techie who wanted the taxman off his back and onto his client's customers gets three years.
Just desserts for Upton & Co's boss seen as jail, asset seizure and ban for life.
Excel ignorance proves costly for Islington Council.
Start-ups and other clients 'crying out' for Java, C# and PHP on a temporary basis.
Taxman pins down three ways to approach SMEs about their 'risks or behaviours'.
The Big Bang Theory isn’t helping IT workers feel any better about what they do.
Tech boss with a penchant for gadgets, gambling and forgery gets seven years.
Accountant once trusted by IT contractors is handed a 14-year disqualification.
Cable's plan is well-intentioned but destined not to stick, says debt recovery boss.
How the turnaround in IT contractor demand has come about and why it's here to stay.
Windows 8 techies to benefit first from the NHS's three-year need for IT skills.
Accountants as 'business partners' isn’t stacking up to smaller companies.
Penalties of up to £1m face promoters of aggressive tax avoidance schemes.
Ofcom wants help to avoid WiFi and mobile internet’s 'capacity crunch.'
The flatlining for IT contractors is no longer expected.
How IT contractors can seize the current momentum to reverse pay dips in the past.
HMRC singles out PSC directors while taking on 'high risk' scheme promoters.
The cost of financial advice is rising, yet not in areas oft-asked about by contractors.
Tech giants vie to take a chunk of the £12bn smart meter programme.
Government urged to cover the likes of PAYE and IR35 in the classroom.
Ad regulator blasts staffing agency over an IT vacancy that didn't exist.
Cost savings will compel the bulk of firms to hold steady or hike their IT vendor's workload.
July was the hottest month for temporary IT workers since May 2011.
Taxman floats the prospect of charging 40%, not the current 25%, on director loans.
Record high in data requests to tax havens proves HMRC’s crackdown has intensified.
For brolly contractors, neither guaranteed hours of paid work nor a retainer = no tax relief.
NHS emergency staff deployed biros when IT failed without a back-up.
Legacy systems are troubling banks but can enrich techies possessing a hybrid skill-set.
Revenue nets a commercial 'CIO of the year' to lead its £500m IT operation.
Web widget lays the government's books open for public scrutiny.
HMRC no longer 'unable to deal' with employers who want to pay themselves annually.
Contract opportunities growing at twice the rate of permanent IT jobs, says NoPalaver.
FTSE 350 chairmen must personally fill out a new cyber governance survey.
Females playing a bigger role when business and technology marries.
Brits who ring 'helplines' say HMRC's are the most taxing.
Big Data count reveals twice the number of IT firms doing business than stats suggest.
IT contractor rates will rise in 2013/14, but four factors threaten to stunt the growth.
Seemingly poor yield from EBT settlement opportunity rejected by a 'pleased' taxman.
UK IT services market may be about to emerge from its post-recession torpor, says Ovum.
41,000 tax avoidance cases being unsettled put down to 'the Margaret Hodge effect.'
Health Service's IT contractors say it will take their kind for the technology overhaul to succeed.
Visiting a firm to seize its assets is HMRC's preferred method of enforcement.
Tax arrangements that 'cannot reasonably be regarded as reasonable' officially outlawed.
Cheaper option is to come clean now, rather than us having to find you - HMRC.
REC: Fiscal upswing shouldn't derail demand for temporary IT workers during the rest of 2013.
Government announces a 'huge win' for limited company contractors.
The capital's hub for IT companies hosts more start-ups than any other area.
Taxman expected to get more aggressive in chasing property income and disposals.
Analyst forecasts the Cloud's upward pressure on rates to have the reverse effect after 2014.
Staff at NHS England seen as the casualties of a late IT contract agreement.
Buoyancy confirmed by money motivations and record company formations.
Fresh regulations on late payment inspire a new download from ContractorUK.
Social networks to help in recreating the department's once outsourced ‘IT brain.’
Directors whose returns haven't been received by July 19 will have until Aug 6 to avoid further fines.
Temporary IT jobs market was stronger in June than any time since May 2011.
MI5 warns against emails purporting to come from its former boss.