Reject unnecessary red tape and reform complex tax rules to make ‘Leave’ a success – IPSE.
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.
At home and away, contractors have some cause for optimism, despite the unanswered questions.
Like the Blue Card, sudden change for UK contractors at EU gigs isn’t on the cards.
Contractors, if you can’t be a Connector then join us because we're working with one.
'Now's not the time to shackle contractors with new or proposed tax rules.'
Voters back Brexit, Cameron resigns and a new future awaits contractors.
The what, who, where, how and when of today's historic EU referendum.
As the polls prepare to open, ISPE confronts what concerns most of its members.
Temporary specialists have cause to cheer on Friday whoever’s won, says SJD.
Agents, academics and IT contractors are leaning away from 'leave.'
Hard and fast beliefs at HMRC smack of future decisions on IR35 being cut-and-dried.
Personal guarantee clause for umbrella directors sparks a war of words.
Contract techies are on the rise amid hirers feeling EU 'uncertainty.'
Accountability is why politics (not economics) should help you decide to back a Brexit.
‘Doing a Switzerland’ on June 23rd won’t give IT contractors a new modus operandi.