Taxman has his best year ever, in terms of getting people to pay what he says they owe.
It's not called God's Own Country for nowt, say the UK's most bullish contractors.
Convicts, not contractors, are who the costlier courts should bear down on.
Shrewd contractors needn’t suffer side-effects from MMR or house price overheating.
Forum members rustle up a contractor cookbook to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Care.
Bank’s app buckles on the Friday before the Spring Bank Holiday, again.
A more aggressive HMRC has doubled its total spend on three times as many bailiffs.
Five competencies will keep freelance techies more than safe in their jobs if cyber terrorists strike.
Fewer firms fighting VAT penalties, despite 1 in 2 being quashed as incorrect.
Almost twice as many taxpayers have been investigated in the last year.
One taxpayer's win should prompt others to regularly review the relief's rules.
The computing professor who puts the 'social' into wayward social media tweets.
Fears of a 'brain drain,' as 80% of video games jobs advertised in the UK are for overseas.
Innovators with scientific prowess and tech expertise called to compete.
Government told to explain why the attack on 65,000 people is retrospective.
MPs say only a judge or ombudsman should rule when unpaid tax can be seized directly.
Pendulum of demand swung in April to IT freelancers and away from permies.
Safeguards on the taxman's incoming right to seize your funds don't go far enough, says LITRG.
Digital by default strategy has boosted the state's stock of temporary IT contracts.
Paper filing makes a return, thanks to three traders and two years of hard work.
Campaign demanding fairer treatment for freelancers wants your support on May 5th.
Under threat, droves of IT contractors say they'd rather go than stay and get squeezed.
File today to avoid the risk of incurring further fines which could reach up to £900.
Consultants and others with second incomes are in the taxman's crosshairs.
Contractors' body says three proposals smack of a taxman failing in a failed system.
Taxman attacked for wanting to charge firms for your 'anonymised' details.
Checking for MOO in gaps between assignments is a job umbrella contractors can do too.
The government will turn company-filing simplification proposals into policies.
New rules loom large for aspiring, existing and rogue company directors.
Internet-based service suppliers with EU customers offered the official lowdown.
Clients and agents of umbrella contractors are 'nervous,' as the Revenue beats Reed, again.
Nothing to fear if you travel from home to work as a director-employee of a PSC.
War of words erupts over what the self-employment boom means for the UK.
Limited company quartet get 27 years for phone and computer chip import/export scam.
The UK's most desirable areas dominate a Top 10 of where the self-employed live.
Experienced workers credited with 70% of the increase in self-employment.
Why the PSC Committee's report is an unhelpful medley of 'ifs' and 'buts.'
A more aggressive approach with smaller firms is paying dividends for the VAT man.
Why ministers should (but probably won't) follow through with the slap in the taxman's face over IR35.
The PSC Committee's report is proof that we're not 'all in this together.'