Hi-tech sector speaks of delight and desperation, as it rips off the PM’s 'helping hand.'
At-a-glance: the blueprint to 'create more highly skilled, highly paid opportunities.'
Late payers the likely cause of a still 'stubbornly high' VAT debt mountain.
Tech entrepreneur tries to compute the PM's Davos pledge on IT leadership.
Are they supplying people or services? Or both? IR35 expert reveals what you need to ask.
Introducing the Employment Status Service -- the new name for HMRC's IR35 test.
Panel of MPs joins chorus calling for a delay, at least to '2019/20, possibly later.'
'Anti-contracting' chancellor readies two Budgets, ahead of his new Spring Statement.
Arkarius and Optionis team up to create a single contractor services giant with 40,000 clients.
Jobs report shows 2016 finished in relative strength for IT contractors.
Your invitation to become the next Candy Crush creators.
We look forward to keeping you up-to-date with all the latest contractor news throughout 2017.
Shuddering at the thought of ‘quarterly accounting’ is fine; not prepping for it isn’t.
Many health service IT contractors tipped to turn to umbrellas before April.
Decoding the Autumn Statement pledge on insolvency that's gone under the radar.
Former reviewer of IR35 turns its attention to Value Added Tax.
Runaway demand seems far from on the cards this festive season.
Critic of the Intermediaries rules faces flak of his own due to claiming while abroad.
Managers operating via companies should no longer be paid, hospitals told.
Setting in stone who the self-employed are will help a host of probes into them.
Rumours of the death of public sector PSC contracting are being greatly exaggerated.
Working on how our sector is perceived could pay a different kind of dividend.
Sheer weight of £450m in avoidance measures explains one adviser's fatiguing feeling.
Your chance to pay recognition to those who excel in the IT contractor marketplace.
In-depth takeaways for PSCs from the chancellor's anti-contractor package.
IR35 reform approved; VAT FRS raided, new schemes targeted and incorporation is next.
Philip Hammond's first (and last) AS targets incorporation and disguised self-employment earnings.
Theresa May commits to setting corporation tax at a record low.
Plea to chancellor to stop punishing contractors every Spring and Autumn.
Phone not ringing off the hook with offers? It's your marketing, stupid.
What an adviser to contractors hopes to hear from Hammond on Wednesday.
Timely recommendation for an alignment, not an outright merger that would nullify IR35.
How National Insurance Contributions and Income Tax could be about to change.
Chancellor's draft fails to wow, just as small firms are blamed for half the tax gap.
Techie who dreads monotonous work gets nine months behind bars.
A potentially new vehicle for contractors succeeds, where a way to tax them fails.
Restricting the rates of those with the mammoth task of modernising the NHS doesn't compute.
Digital specialisms shaping up to be a shoo-in for temporary IT workers; this year and next.
'Scarce' IT contractor skills drop to just two, but calls to liberalise the visa regime persist.
Techie who wasn’t a techie receives a 27-month sentence after stealing £204,000.