The calls for IT freelancers abate for the third month in a row, albeit from a 32-month high.
What the Lords inquiry into personal service companies recommends and why.
Study finds that connected Britons only get half the speed they sign up to.
Taxman alerted to the first model designed to bypass his onshore intermediary rules.
London is still the rate-richest, but cities in Scotland are the ones to watch.
Quality and quantity issues force Digital Shoreditch to shelve two tech events.
Fiscal upturn is a 'double-edged sword' for IT temps, as it means fewer cuts but less demand.
Onus is on HMRC, or the courts, to clarify when and what contractors can claim.
The laptop buyer who refused to fold for 16 years will be applauded by consumers.
Affected parties have a very short timeframe to solve many practical issues, says KPMG.
Director of IT hiring foresees stability for most, and rate rises for a significant minority.
Your chance to join the former Fujitsu contractor who gets 165 premium IT courses for free.
Budget 2014 stays the course on company cars while accelerating the tax rates.
The bulk of contract IT workers expect rates to rise, despite the return of pay ultimatums.
Top advisers tell ContractorUK the contractors who win, lose and draw out of Osborne's red box.
Chancellor tells 43,000 taxpayers, including contractors, to pay now, fight later.
Osborne hails a Budget for makers, doers and savers to give Britain a resilient economy.
Its pay ultimatum makes it the first bank of 2014 to put the squeeze on temporary techies.
Chancellor urged to let contractors claim any IT-business training as an expense.
Revenue agrees to a number of changes, including a new rule to hit tax-led incorporations.
'Pensions, mortgages and avoidance are where the chancellor shouldn't tinker.'
What the contract workforce should look out for from the chancellor on March 19.
Minister hails public sector tax crackdown, despite 125 victims and £501,000 in fines.
Court rules hyperlinks as legal, but not necessarily in all circumstances.
Tech departments staffing up with permies has eased the requirement for contractors.
False self-employment and other crackdowns 'greatly uncertain' in terms of yield.
'Delay false self-employment rules, rename NI and hit offshore tax evaders.'
Even bigger downgrades on offer to IT contractors who want 'additional security'.
BIS fails to hit an agency accused of trying to squeeze an IT contractor for £55,000.
Panic on pay day, as banks’ customers get locked out of their mobile accounts.
Properties with poor connectivity tipped to fetch a fifth less.
'IT contracting's buoyancy has given a much-needed fillip for the tech workforce.'
Revealed: the IT innovations with the most capability to reshape the future.
Contractors, you'll be less 'ignorable' if you join a new online movement.
Paper filing for some VAT firms is the only way to avoid more litigation, HMRC told.
Project and programme managers were 2013's most rate-rich IT contractors.
Where in the UK demand for IT skills on a temporary basis is shaping up.
Spooked by loose lips on LinkedIn, defence officials issue a threat of their own.
Awry IT is the suspected culprit behind a ‘limited’ outage on Friday.
Life sentence for a techie who claimed to have a momentary loss of control.