An extra six months for firms to 'get to grips' with RTI or be hit for late filing.
Switzerland's tougher stance on newcomers could lead to 80,000 fewer jobs.
MP hasn't had assurance that a successor to the £100m IT project failure will succeed.
Contractors seeking Swiss clients will be among those affected by the vote for quotas.
'Considerable progress' in how banks would deal with a cyber assault on the City.
How tax returns that reached the Revenue after Jan 31 can avoid a penalty.
Revenue wants your help in adding to the 178 phishing websites it crushed last month.
'Try before you buy' policy holds IT contractor demand at a historically high level.
From April, droves of the self-employed will be taxed as employed, with none of the rights that go with it.
New IT steps should help, but a legal threat thwarts the BBC's bid to put ‘DMI aside’.
'Online registration service should close if it can’t check for money laundering.'
A few hundred thousand more homes and premises can now join the high-speed revolution.
'Negligent' charge stands for a limited company couple unable to shift the blame.
Tax unit sounds the death knell for the 4.5million P11Ds completed annually.
At-a-glance summary of the OTS's travel and subsistence recommendations.
Labour promises a new champion for small traders if it wins next year's election.
The most hard-hitting avoidance measures against contractors, ever? Probably.
Banking group says sorry for IT issues that brought down its debit card services.
Government talks tough as it draws 'red lines' around its major IT contractors.
Jump in judicial reviews suggests it's not just the taxman who's getting tougher.
Programmers, developers and IT directors branded as creative industry workers.
Dividends paid by the typical PSC hailed as a significant buffer against Section 44-47.
Why their levels of dividends are enough for contractors to pop up on the Revenue's radar.
One-person firms with cashflow issues urged to act before Jan 31 tax deadline.
More than two-thirds of ContractorUK readers are optimistic about rates and roles.
Data watchdog catches up with the tech boss accused of bombarding mobile users.
Pay and prospects for IT freelancers already looking their brightest in two years.
The quirky and quintessential professionals of a year in IT contracting are revealed.
Last year's biggest rate rises went to freelancers in IT – the most well-intentioned with tax.
Clients making temporary IT contracts longer, to get the tech skills they'll need.
Not since August 1998 has demand for freelance IT skills been as strong.
Lords reassured over the PSC 'situation' in the state sector.
Revealed: the coming year's likeliest and biggest tech stories.
The ins and outs of the FRS can deter contractors, but those in IT can often benefit.
eLearning fails to inspire IT workers if fees are attached.
Almost half of clients across the pond will hire more IT contractors than permies.
HMRC has revealed the ten most bizarre, exotic and flimsy excuses used by tardy taxpayers
‘Not even the Dragon fronting it would accept the state scheme’s loan terms.’
This year’s worst tech bodges, ranked on a scale of disruption, damage & waste.
2013 saw computer programmers lose their monopoly on the g-word.