Appetite for tech freelancers was stronger in September than at any time since 1998.
Tech teams face a 'great deal of work' to get GDPR-compliant and avoid a €1m fine.
Miliband's anti-brolly stance is worrying ignorance that industry must unite against.
Shadow Business Secretary told that his party is demonising the umbrella market.
With the Home Office not negotiating on RTW checks, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
Top earning PAYE contractors face the biggest ever salary-swiping power.
Chancellor is backed by an IT analyst for being set to unleash 'the Google tax.'
HMRC's new guidance: a missed opportunity or intentionally missing the mark?
IFA: It's not just older voters Osborne's wooing by letting Brits pass on their pensions tax-free.
And one giant IT contractor is going to mandate the accreditation through its entire supply chain.
There is a gaping hole in the policy requiring 'employers' to vet 'employees.'
Labour leader forgets the deficit but befriends techies, apprentices and freelancers.
Less than a month to go until digital services suppliers to the EU can use MOSS.
How Googling someone before you speak to them is evolving into a sophisticated recruitment tool.
Schools enlist IT freelancers to ensure internal systems reflect the new curriculum.
Combined group will be Top 30 UK accountancy business.
Numerous tax systems would exist across the UK if bosses were in charge.
The people of Scotland have their say: the United Kingdom is staying United.
Party urged to put people who work for themselves at the heart of its policy agenda.
IFA: Tightening the rules on accidental landlords will disproportionately hit contractors.
A 'Yes' or 'No' vote tomorrow will change the Union, but how can it change things for you?
Staffing body lists nine issues that an independent Scotland would need to tackle.
The state's Home Business Initiative is 'much-needed recognition' of 2.9m traders.
But its usage, satisfaction rating and need for expertise are all firmly on the up.
First batch of 'pay-up first' demands hits individuals and firms accused of avoidance.
Small but mature services firms put their barriers up when a HMRC inspector calls.
Small firms deserve a little more time before being eligible for fines, says HMRC.
HMRC catches up with a money launderer and his £1.4million turnover.
Treasury wants ‘innovative and original’ policy ideas in time for December 3rd.
Adviser asks the taxman to show sympathy for IT contractors who were misled.
Communications watchdog prowls the SME market, mulling whether to regulate.
'Due-in payments will only be in after the IT department comes up with a fix.'
And new IT contract availability rises at its fastest rate in 16 years.
Being charged death tax while you're still alive? Not in this lifetime; not for almost all of us.
Top ten IR35 considerations ahead of an expected report on the rule’s new processes.
Poll finds politicians' strong views about start-ups often backed up by unawareness.
PCG is now the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed.
Limited companies warned that HMRC can go back as far it wants for tax details.
Contractor body joins the other small business champions taking on the banks.
Public and private tie-up contracts come in millions shy of the chancellor's goal.