Contract placements light up SThree’s full-year results and focus for the future.
Little hope for 2e2’s out-of-pocket suppliers; even less for direct IT contractors.
Contractors leaving the VAT-man unpaid can head off a fuller investigation from Feb 28.
Slower contract renewals put a record dent in software & IT services firms' profitability.
Insolvency risk rising fastest for SMEs specialising in telecoms or technology.
Call for 'appropriate' security measures to be spelt out in official guidance.
Fresh framework won’t be fit for purpose unless it extends to payroll firms – REC.
The mutual's million-pound IT system unlikely to compute in a Lloyds tie-up.
Hard work seems to be paying off for freelance contractors, but at a cost.
'Complicated recruitment rules to make way for an easier to understand framework.'
Outside IR35's arena it may be, but the Stringfellows stripper case shouldn't be lost on contractors.
The four weeks to Christmas were the year's best month for temporary IT workers.
Former Stringfellows dancer heads to the Supreme Court in search of 'common sense'.
'Security, Regulation and Real-time set to dominate the financial IT landscape.'
Agents and contractors told to assess their exposure to MSC transfer rules.
Support services tipped to take over from finance as the engine of temporary IT jobs.
The top clients, agents, accountants, brollies and personalities of a year in IT contracting.
Full list of the best service providers to IT contractors, as voted for by you.
Self-assessors urged to join the Christmas Day do-gooders by filing before Jan 31.
'Favouring of temps over full-timers expected to continue, particularly in IT.'
Tax advisers, their clients and even HMRC can benefit from the GAAR being delayed.
Contractors won't be certain of their IR35 position unless HMRC speaks up.
Causing a stir: 'Crazy' online tool revealing how much recruiters rake in from your IT role.
Yorkshire hosts record freelancing growth, but worries over work persist.
'Premiums of at least 6% handed out to contractors, yet most are worse off.'
Yesterday’s strengthening of disguised employment rules shouldn’t trouble most contractors.
November was the brightest month for IT contractors since the high of August.
Analyst on what Autumn Statement 2012 means for the state's IT suppliers.
At-a-glance guide, with expert views, on Osborne's offerings to one-person businesses.
'It’s taking time but the economy is healing, as we help those who want to work hard and get on.'
Chancellor says people avoiding their fair share sometimes break the law.
Google, Amazon and other tech giants do have a moral responsibility to the UK.
Contractors still outstripping permies, especially mobile & web-based app developers.
A mere mention of your rights as a commercial supplier can get contractors paid.
What limited company IT contractors want Osborne to offer on Wednesday.
Still down by some £2,000, but female contractor pay is now ahead in three regions.
Chancellor expected to flesh out aligning the administration of tax and NI.
Older workers unable to find a 9-to-5 are driving Britain's one-person business boom.
Rate reductions avoided by most and a chunk are on premiums – 10% or more.
IFA: Calls to remove pension tax relief & salary sacrifice are at odds with the government's objective.