An audit in Cork into PSC’s expenses is about to go nationwide – tax expert.
The GLA’s victory mustn’t spark an assault on the temporary work model.
Taxman’s warning to declare all income ‘before it is too late’ is rather late itself.
Engineers, analysts and managers increasingly hired to provide 'peace of mind.'
A ruling freeing up the 'second hand' software market presents both risks and opportunities.
Seasonal hiring drop-off yet to dent demand for IT skills on a temporary basis.
It will take more than a 24hr celebration for politicians to ‘get’ freelancing, says PCG founder Philip Ross.
Aunty declares "no evidence" it used personal service companies to help aid tax avoidance.
Lack of confidence among end-users still playing into contractors' hands - APSCo.
Still, payroll providers peddling unethical avoidance practices face being driven out.
Paperwork probes by letter, phone and even face-to-face, become a reality from this month.
Systems specialists, integrators and developers were all 'hot' between July and September.
Fastest growing internet jobs increasingly hinge on software expertise – report.
Profiling thousands of IR35 suspects may be possible, but doing more than that is extravagant.
REC head Kevin Green tells the bad apples to mature or face exposure.
Driving out complexity – entirely - is impossible, reveals tax simplifier John Whiting.
Are IT contractor agents following or flouting security clearance guidelines?
Daily rates at Big Blue’s IT services arm severed by 10% (for those who want to stay).
'Easy target' that is small businesses returns £123m extra for the taxman.
Cash for the bank's IT overhaul expected to be poured in over the next year.
Why contractors will want digital consultancies' workloads to keep fluctuating.
Scrutiny of business officials amid claims they used Yahoo to dodge FoI rules.
Who will your digital treasures be left to? The cloud, loved ones or others?
Take a step back from the Alice in Wonderland world of PSCs and IR35, to mull the basics of status.
The PAC doesn’t realise that many freelancers mostly go limited for genuine reasons, not to avoid tax.
Ex-spin doctor turned freelancer to give opening address at PCG event.
Binge drinking is serious – but so too is a 42% duty hike on your Friday night pint.
Oh no not another letter? Firms already struggling with paperwork face a BRC by post.
For being inefficient and ineffective, IR35 is back on the political agenda.
Coalition must stop refusing to put its thinking cap on when it comes to tax – PCG.
Criticisms by the PAC show a worrying lack of understanding – REC.
Need to quickly tie-up projects makes contractors the preferred IT staffing option.
Hotter than much of the summer but cooling, shows REC’s IT contractor index.
Staffing body with IT contractor agents as members takes the Labour leader to task.
Almost twice as many IT temps foresee the state sector as the place to be.
Late payment is already bad enough, doubling the default period would make it worse.
Rise of the freelance-friendly outfits, as fewer will cut temps and more will go flexible.
PCG poll finds at least 90% have toyed with the idea of contracting abroad.
'Surprising that so many contractors aren’t aware of the one-year-old rules.'
Only fair to respond with our own new lingo in an era of ‘tax abuse’, says the Low Tax Group.