Contractors can have their say on PSCs, IR35 and shifting responsibility to clients.
IR35, contracts, skills and tax are what contractors want the chancellor to tackle.
Another female tax official sent down - for 18 months after swindling £93,000.
It isn't industry which is coming up with steps that contractors will want the chancellor to take.
Techie who hoped Lord Sugar would hire him is fired as a company director.
Faster internet access will see most Brits work from home a few days a month – report.
Lucrative careers await IT contractors who can rise to the challenges of interim working.
Operators' IT chiefs will prioritise projects that support the customer experience.
Why it's not just your local GP's caring side that you'll hope your accountant emulates.
'Astonished' MPs say HMRC can’t even engage its own 'woefully inadequate' target.
A law graduate and moderniser will head the inquiry into personal services companies.
Revenue catches one of its own, helping herself to colleagues’ retirement cash.
Lords inquiry to probe PSCs in the private sector, and how they impact tax collection.
Demand for IT freelancers reverted in Oct to its highest level for more than two years.
Freelancers will be stung unless they can report late-paying clients in confidence, says PCG.
Online tax accounts to replace full returns for 1.7m self-assessors.
HMRC is avoiding obstinacy by changing tack on paperwork probes, says ATT.
Firms offered free software to gauge the potential commercial value of IP assets.
Details of UK individuals banking on the island will automatically be fed to HMRC.
Police ask for help in probing the fatal stabbing of an IT graduate in Sheffield.
PM: Owners of shell companies, and all other firms, to be made public.
Broadband-enabled spare rooms dominate, but not for sleeping or meeting.
After a few false starts, now is seen as a 'good time' for contractors to go Cloud.
Shrewd contractors will top up, even if an ISA cap is only fodder for the rumour mill.
Freelancers won't fear rivals claiming more credibility by being publicly registered.
The contracting of firms to build and manage public IT and apps is under scrutiny.
Only three days to head off the prospect of up to £1600 in penalties from HMRC.
Most companies can soon opt for advice instead of having a BRC inspector call.
Two more high-profile women throw their support behind National Freelancers Day.
Even well-paid PMs have cause to fear clients extending or 'testing the water'.
What freelancers expect to earn per day from the shortest-term IT assignments.
The Insolvency Service should get compensation, not creditors, says Pinsent Masons.
The mainstream press still don't distinguish between tax-efficiency and avoidance.
Enquiries into professionals who self-assess return an extra £168m for HMRC.
'Ministers underestimated the impact of making the tax system more internet-based.'
End-users removed from HMRC crackdown on offshore employment intermediaries.
Forum member Kate Cottrell warns a shake-up to IR35 processes may be incoming.
ISAs & Entrepreneurs' Relief emerge as potential targets for a revenue-hungry chancellor.
Conviction stands for a freelance techie who tried to befuddle a judge with contract law.
And seven temporary IT specialisms already exceed the 7.5% rate rise that was forecast.