Beta service grants techies and tech providers access to 170million records.
US sharing economy put on alert as a freelancer is found to be an employee.
Revenue praised for replacing instant penalties with a new 'risk-based' approach.
Taxman accused of breaking his own rules on how far he can go back to assess VAT.
The traditional route to redress for unpaid firms is making a comeback.
ISPs agree to let customers leave (penalty-free) if 'speeds fall below acceptable levels.'
New high in HMRC payouts to tax whistleblowers, who are increasingly in professional services.
IT micro-businesses beating tax and legal firms in the per person revenue stakes.
'Pro-active' IT contractors likely to top the must-hire list of a sector struggling on privacy.
What IT teams should be doing to head off network downtime and data loss.
Only 20 days left to avoid penalties of up to 200%.
Anti-late payment medley, led by a conciliation service, smacks of Groundhog Day.
The deadline to declare new officers or their details is missed by more than half of firms.
The REC's temporary IT worker index is showing its lowest score in 22 months.
Help is apparently at hand for companies' beneficial owners who want privacy.
UK intellectual property regime criticised for not serving small businesses well enough.
Anti-evasion officers pressing to put 'moderately successful professionals' in prison.
French bank tells its UK IT contractors to lower their rates or leave.
£13,000 worth of prizes on offer to the top contractors of today and tomorrow.
First week of 2015 begins to put earnings into your own pocket - not the taxman's.
Margins of Whitehall's technology suppliers to be laid bare every three months.
Earning £100 online provokes the taxman, while incurring it pacifies him.
Umbrella and limited company bosses favour a five-year freeze, but not unreservedly.
Twenty traps on the benefits and expenses form that may lead to a compliance review.
Government to consult on how representative bodies can challenge payment terms.
Online trader who was let go by the Revenue, only to lie on his tax return, is sentenced.
Wide-ranging look at penalties considers what to do if 'life just gets in the way.'
Taxman denies accusations that he's shifted the goalposts on confirmation letters and IR35.
S660 named among the uncertainties that couples face in an outdated tax system.
IPSE says one-man bands would be less adrift on Monday if the digital networks worked.
'Working people' to be at the heart of chancellor's first Conservative Budget.
Wide-ranging act put in place to help UK become 'best place in the world' to start-up.
'Concerning level of discord' is clearly intact, on invoicing, security and services to come.
Sajid Javid becomes Business Secretary, and Greg Hands becomes Osborne's deputy.
Government pours in funds to helps techies with a social conscience find solutions.
Not even 24hrs in office, the new Tory government was awash with wishes for contractors.
Number of permie IT skills on the REC's scarce list hits double figures.
Tories set for a convincing victory, sounding the death knell for Clegg and Miliband.
Only the finance department find journeying when you're not earning more costly.
What limited company contractors should consider before polling day tomorrow.
What umbrella company contractors should consider before polling day tomorrow.
Trio of pledges blasted as unspecific, despite Labour singling out the disguised self-employed.
The tax plans that must have proved too taxing for officials to work out properly.
Initially 'not guilty' tech manager admits to a £220,000 fake invoice scam.
'Times New Roman is for the lazy; Helvetica is for the honest and Comic Sans is for clowns.'
'Tens of thousands' of digital suppliers hope an exemption from VAT rules emerges next month.
PM says self-employed need maternity pay, pensions and mortgages reviewed.
Spending on tech suppliers is going on services that IT directors don’t rate.
Almost 10,000 more self-assessors told to pay for purposefully under-declaring.
Petrol-head techies will lap up a VIP race day experience at an agency's expense.
Four facets of the IT contracts market show no sign of election jitters.
Fresh off-payroll guidance tells public clients how to check for IR35 now BETs are off.
Services that conciliate and mediate are best with the courts, not as alternatives.
Tech executives help the leafy Surrey suburb excel at paying income tax.
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.