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No tax software inside most small ventures will make MTD a hard slog, survey suggests.
Off-payroll techies at Guy's & St Thomas' say a £16.5m project will grind to a halt when they quit.
Latest stance on the off-payroll rules is released, just as the tool to bed them in isn't.
Contractors seen in the collateral from April's clampdown on the popular VAT scheme.
PSCs and their agents will find a new 'cornerstone' just as pointed as umbrellas.
Cops give wannabe techie a driving ban instead of IT support role.
1,700 'Ltd' workers to leave the government sector within the next seven weeks.
New series on what agencies make of public sector IR35 reform starts with this Q&A.
How the public sector might look to IT contractors in a few months' time.
Half a dozen new ways for commerce to flow are already changing industries.
January was buoyant, but dry if you wanted to cash-in on IT temp shortages.
HMRC hints at a let-off, saying your e-account will only cost you hundreds, not thousands.
Off-payroll rules seen as a springboard for HMRC to investigate contracts before April.
'Aggressive tree-shaking' exercise at DE&S, as PSCs are told to comply (somehow) or get out.
To have an IR35 review, or not have an IR35 review? That is the question, as new rules loom.
Personal service companies facing April’s IR35 changes are among those handed an official guide.
What we should've said about where we are now on appealing IR35 from April.
Not even 10 out of 26,000 petitions have made a difference, figures indicate.
And the two 'not so hot' temporary IT specialists who might struggle this year.