News & Features
Labour and Tories start tax talk, as a status review and post-election Budget are mooted.
Contractor sector in 'great danger' of off-payroll problems becoming permanent.
CEBR: Limited companies face three times more in MTD costs than the government claims.
How limiting your income can be more financially rewarding than it sounds.
A common status scenario we've seen since April 6th, and what to do about it.
Agencies worrying; clients double-checking, PSCs refusing and the ESS changing.
Uncertainty and unskilled, nervy permies are playing into the hands of IT contractors.
New savings account a 'step in the right direction', but beware the pitfall, says IPSE.
And other tales...so hirers will do more for you than just read your beginning, middle and end.
'More non-permies on premiums, and fewer having rates cut than pre-EU vote.'
'Be ready for HMRC’s challenge if your outside IR35 result hinges on ESS question five.'
Separating fact from fiction about what's now here -- IR35 reform in the public sector.
Revenue recommits to the results of the ESS, following claims they are in doubt.
PSCs behind the ESS quit over IR35 fears, sign-posting a 'bumpy road' for the Revenue.
Taxman tackles a 'contractor' arrangement that disguises income as loyalty points.
Two steps to take before Thursday if you've already been deemed inside IR35.
Getting to grips with how a brolly operates is the key to avoiding any nasty surprises.
Digital imaging boosts the prospects (and clearing times) of paper payments.
Off-payroll angst hits fever pitch on the health service, as compulsion replaces choice.