Some liquidating contractors will rethink ahead of a big change to company distribution rules.
Answers sought on why you went 'Ltd;' how much it costs to comply and what you'd change.
Shrewd contractors won't just wait for the shoe(s) to drop.
People who work for themselves help HMRC smash its target on jailing tax crooks.
Retailer set to invest one million pounds in IT for each techie it takes on.
Seven-day processing time faces 'Ltds' filing paper forms by Dec 31st.
A 'no surprises' bill reads much better for limited companies than it does for brolly workers.
Ten areas where the Revenue is squaring up to contractors -- now and for the future.
'Sky high' premiums on offer, notably for Cyber Security Crisis Managers.
Labour and Tory MPs team up to take on a 'short-sighted' plan to restrict T&S relief.
How to avoid your company's paper documents being rejected is spelt out.
Digital marketers are the only contractors who IT agents are struggling to find.
Ofcom warns home Wi-Fi users to be on guard against a small and seasonal foe.
Regulator to press the likes of Dropbox about fees rising and space shrinking.
Give recognition to the people who helped you contract in the last year.
Treasury's 'special' rate for firms to pay is akin to an 'iron fist in a not so velvet glove.'
All but two IT contractor skills are pointing in a positive pay direction.
The end of ongoing relief is an extra strain on umbrella contractors' expenses from April.
Seventeen definitive steps to be taken, including forgetting the Freelancer Limited Company.
What IT contractors can’t afford to miss in the chancellor’s AS-Spending Review combo.
Cap on contracting could be unveiled as early as next month, PSCs told.
Second-home contractors won’t be fans of the chancellor, but they won’t be fazed by him either.
Osborne unveils a combined Spending Review and Autumn Statement to 'rebuild Britain.'
IFA: The chancellor won't hold any punches and he’ll focus on easy targets.
No proposal in the AS to cap PSC contracting, but it could still be around the corner.
Small IT companies seen under the sharp end of the chancellor's axe.
Any significant relief is 18 months away at very, very best, micro-businesses told.
Today's price cap on IT agency contractors looks perilous for healthcare and its tech talent pool.
Two sources (independent of each other) flesh out a plan to put some PSCs on the payroll.
Data experts aren't the only IT contractors impacted by the Investigatory Powers Bill.
A 'one-month-then-payroll' clause won’t work where many think IR35 has failed.
All eyes are on new laws, but it’s the 2007 MSC rules that are costing contractors many thousands.
Cuts to innovation would leave UK in the ‘industrial slow lane,’ chancellor told.
A future of higher costs and more rules is making contract workers much less upbeat.
Ten days left to tell officials how changes to the conduct regs would help (or wouldn’t).
Letter template lets contractors object to the 'rumoured' plan to payroll PSCs after a month.
Overload of information protection developments should put IT contractors on alert in four areas.
Those prophesying disaster for all EBTs aren't doing so based on the latest Rangers case ruling.
Fallout from 'one-month cap' would be economical as well as political, chancellor told.
Ex-government secondee declines to add to conjecture by the Mail and Guardian.
Three straight months of slower growth for IT contractors comes to an end.
Scathing report reveals how the Revenue is failing millions of taxpayers on multiple fronts.
'Control' should be the ONLY choice viable to HMRC.
Airline accused of axing a few hundred UK IT jobs to save just 'a few quid.'
Make it easier, not harder, for digital entrepreneurs to come to Britain, PM told.
Widower's 'callous' son pocketed £120,000 by charging her his client day rate.
Most contract professionals think Britain is stronger in (not out of) Europe - survey.
Contract techies at GBM begin doing the same work for less money; less of the time.
Making business simpler and less taxing should top the chancellor's agenda on Nov 25.
Taxman told to put more effort into combating £16bn worth of illegal activity.
Tax body rejects 'SDC' in favour of a reporting requirement on contractors and clients.
Revenue retires its paperwork probes, but firms booked in will still have an inspector call.
Tax relief ban looks even more unfair against freelancers' long list of lingering concerns.
Umbrella boss maps out the contracting landscape in a post-SDC world.
A single measure imposed on HMRC casts you as the low-hanging fruit, multiple times.
Seven months running of self-employment slipping suggests support next month is vital.
Government relaxes rules on immigration so talented techies can be brought in easier.
Business owners should set out their tax affairs online – CBI.
Councillors to get the very tax breaks that contractors face having removed.
Recruiters who rule-break with malice will be the focus of BIS’s enforcement teams.
One-man bands will welcome lower prices, says IPSE.
Careless mistakes over relatively small sums may still cost you six months in prison.
Sixth bid to quash 'BN66' fails, so it's now up to property developers and Montpelier.
Attempts by HMRC to spell out supervision, direction or control are 'perfunctory'.
Fewer and fewer freelancers foresee more public IT contracts.
Whispers of another rate cut put the dampeners on an already subdued September.
Existing remedies for the unpaid hailed as better than new cures.
The upturn is helping stack the odds of small traders paying VAT on time against them.
Help change government policy on one-man bands for the better, in 20 minutes or less.
If 'SDC' bites, the end is nigh for tens of thousands of limited companies.
Independent workers receive some warm words – and pledges – from Labour's new leader.
Even those contractors who can (and want to) pay their APN are beset with cashflow concerns.
Contractors join celebs in the Revenue's six-figure net where you pay up front.
Findings from ISPE suggest that an anti-late payment 'tsar' is not before time.
Two weeks' forced leave + 10% reduction = contractors almost 20% worse off.
Twelve months of focusing on one-man bands begins in Westminster.
Lawyers want the Revenue's time to investigate you restricted.
Paying less to HMRC is the bottom line of two reasons to reform dividends.
Revenue resorts to manipulating the subconscious of those who won't pay.
Business officials want one-man bands to speak up about their issues.
Now's the time for middle ground contractors to stand fast.
For contractors who want to settle with HMRC, Sep 30 'really is the final deadline.'
Chancellor picks Nov 25 for his first Tory Spending Review and Autumn Statement.
UK's mix of government, finance and IT said to be too strong for Silicon Valley.
Whether it marks a rub or reverting; the living wage will certainly shake things up.
New EU funds will help keep The University of St Andrews at the forefront of software technology.
Contracting in France, Italy or Portugal is ‘business as usual,’ despite new rules on temping.
Revealed: umbrellas are not Adjustment Bureaus with any kind of (status) powers.
Wanted:11 female techies who are making their mark on the tech industry.
Owing over £1,500 raises the prospect of an inspector calling (and auctioning your goods).
City IT regulator admits to writing off software licences worth millions.
Candidates 'taking the summer off' blamed for the biggest cooling in over two years.
Names needed to get the government to reconsider the dividend tax hike.
A few not so Merry Men are compensating the Creditors of Nottingham for wrongful trading.
Contractors' advisers agree the new £5k allowance will operate in a way that wasn't implied.
It can't work any way you try it - so repeal, replace and reposition the liability.
The first signs of financial headwinds are cause for prudence; not panic.
Two accountants who bet they could secretly fiddle clients' tax returns lose to HMRC.
Not investing as long, or as much, is the modus operandi of many a tiny trader.