IR35, and other policies you can feedback on, set for Hammond's inaugural AS.
Shock of Brexit vote said to have subsided in August.
Placements almost held up after 'Leave,' but new openings are down by double-digits.
Workers face tax on the full amount of pay sacrificed, bar for a few BiKs, from April.
Tech firm director dies in tragic mower accident, just one year into retirement.
Former techie still forced to tell police 24 hours before he wants to have sex.
Written agreements continue to stump (and sting) hundreds of thousands of tiny traders.
And even those who know about it say HMRC isn't providing enough information.
'Flipping' tax debts from a PSC to its persons is a growing business for HMRC.
'A very real issue' appears to be keeping small firms from going to court.
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As Brexit clouds are only on the horizon (not overhead), IT contracting conditions are still good.
HMRC refuses to exempt incorporated businesses from online accounts in 2018.
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August 1st saw another two financial giants axe IT rates, each blaming 'uncertainty.'
Labour leader picks on a freelance consultant to make a political point about the NHS.
UK tech companies have two capitals fighting for their favour.
Another dataset casts Developers as the techie winners of the Brexit vote.
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HMRC update stipulating penalties of up to £600 a day is made just before today's cut-off.
Experience is everything when it comes to squaring up to HMRC’s status inspectors.
Superimposing the IR35 plan for the public sector on the private sector won’t be easy.
Three advisers are far from alone in feeling the fallout from offshore schemes failing.
'Remove AWD, stop EU interference and distinguish contractors from temps.'
Brexit-induced uncertainty predicted to dog companies for half a year, 'at least.'
Six month extensions tie the bank’s desktop techies to less money until Christmas.
A two-column table aims to clear up confusion over when you can claim for T&S.
Control may be the driving force in the ride-hailing app's first UK courtroom.
The dividends tax chancellor goes the way of his 'punishment' Budget.
New Tory leader told to create a bold plan that supports one-man bands.
Higher costs and legal barriers loom large if your client goes under post-Brexit.
Official update follows the arrival of a new batch of demands for loan repayment.
'Buoyant' times ahead for Business Intelligence contractors, as new systems await.
Uncertainty cools the prospects of even the techies who tend to benefit from jitters.
Brolly offers under 34-year-olds a fiver per word to pen their contracting highlights.
Techie told to 'pay the price' for dodging child support and tax to fund a lavish lifestyle.
Dividend mix-ups are worth singing from the rooftops as deserving the Cold Shoulder.
Chancellor says five per cent tax cut would show post-Brexit Britain as ‘open for business.’
Treasury minister on the back foot over 'level playing field' claim.