Former techie still forced to tell police 24 hours before he wants to have sex.
Written agreements continue to stump (and sting) hundreds of thousands of tiny traders.
And even those who know about it say HMRC isn't providing enough information.
An information shortage seems to make April 6th a tall order for LISA providers.
'Flipping' tax debts from a PSC to its persons is a growing business for HMRC.
'A very real issue' appears to be keeping small firms from going to court.
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As Brexit clouds are only on the horizon (not overhead), IT contracting conditions are still good.
HMRC refuses to exempt incorporated businesses from online accounts in 2018.
Reject unnecessary red tape and reform complex tax rules to make ‘Leave’ a success – IPSE.
Revenue retreats on its plan to mandate digital accounts for all self-employed.
HR managers warn the IR35 changes will cost money and talent.
Contractors' concerns seem to have been listened to (and acted on) by a banking probe.
August 1st saw another two financial giants axe IT rates, each blaming 'uncertainty.'
Labour leader picks on a freelance consultant to make a political point about the NHS.
UK tech companies have two capitals fighting for their favour.
Another dataset casts Developers as the techie winners of the Brexit vote.
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HMRC update stipulating penalties of up to £600 a day is made just before today's cut-off.
Experience is everything when it comes to squaring up to HMRC’s status inspectors.
Superimposing the IR35 plan for the public sector on the private sector won’t be easy.
Three advisers are far from alone in feeling the fallout from offshore schemes failing.
'Remove AWD, stop EU interference and distinguish contractors from temps.'
Treasury says Budget 2016's rewrite of IR35 for the public sector will go ahead.
The latest of two HMRC blunders with business people has devastating effects.
Software firm says GDPR isn't going to be one less EU regulation to worry about.
Extra four months will entice EBT and loan scheme contractors to settle, hopes HMRC.
Reed's post-referendum data dispels fears of a tech hiring freeze.
Brexit-induced uncertainty predicted to dog companies for half a year, 'at least.'
Six month extensions tie the bank’s desktop techies to less money until Christmas.
A two-column table aims to clear up confusion over when you can claim for T&S.
Control may be the driving force in the ride-hailing app's first UK courtroom.
The dividends tax chancellor goes the way of his 'punishment' Budget.
New Tory leader told to create a bold plan that supports one-man bands.
Robots primed to take over a quarter of business service roles by 2035.
Higher costs and legal barriers loom large if your client goes under post-Brexit.
Testing the water? Taxman quizzes companies about his IR35 plan for organisations.
Official update follows the arrival of a new batch of demands for loan repayment.
'Buoyant' times ahead for Business Intelligence contractors, as new systems await.
Deloitte calculates £70k+ PSC contractors to soon be taking home the low sixties.
Uncertainty cools the prospects of even the techies who tend to benefit from jitters.
Brolly offers under 34-year-olds a fiver per word to pen their contracting highlights.
Techie told to 'pay the price' for dodging child support and tax to fund a lavish lifestyle.
Dividend mix-ups are worth singing from the rooftops as deserving the Cold Shoulder.
Chancellor says five per cent tax cut would show post-Brexit Britain as ‘open for business.’
HMRC to clarify which closing down a company activities can be caught by TARR.
Digital suppliers told to refrain from guesswork about MOSS, as officials 'simply don’t know.'
The former favourite of tech contractors announces a new cull to Group IT.
Treasury minister on the back foot over 'level playing field' claim.
At home and away, contractors have some cause for optimism, despite the unanswered questions.
Like the Blue Card, sudden change for UK contractors at EU gigs isn’t on the cards.
Contractors, if you can’t be a Connector then join us because we're working with one.
'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.