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.
One new tax system should cover sole traders and incorporated firms alike – FSB.
Twenty-four hours will be dedicated to contractors and the flexible workforce.
September saw a slight softening in the strong demand for temporary IT skills.
Cyber crime and efficiency compel banks and finance houses to boost IT budgets.
Tax tribunal finds HMRC breached the human rights of three small business owners.
What the big three said about contractors, the self-employed and small companies.
Miliband has the right boots on the ground for a notoriously divisive area of policy-making.
Define freelancers and make the tax code simpler, says the Conservatives' Chris Pincher.
Hays urges policymakers to champion contractors to IT and other skills-starved sectors.
Softening in HMRC's litigious approach proves too little, too late.
Family history details used to convince the well-heeled to part with their cash.
London's home-based businesses among those urged to claim to keep thriving.
'Declare your single rental by 2014 or face stiffer penalties and possible prosecution.'
Government IT contractors could see prompt payment written into their contracts.
IT consultants can double their mobility clients within the next few months – analyst.
Haul from tax investigations into small companies up 31% in the last year.
Still in the red and far from recovery, but shrinking less than it did in 2011 – analyst.
No direct crackdown, but changes afoot for some directors, tax plans and temps.
Twenty arrested over the use of bogus IT maintenance men armed with KVM switches.
Less bench-sitting reinforces evidence of an upswing for temporary IT workers.
Courts will frown on using an ex-employer's LI contacts for your own rival business.
Techie to indulge his personal Star Wars/Matrix fantasy, in course 1 of 165.
Search begins to find 12 techies whose start-ups punch above their weight.
David Cameron foresees 'thousands more' new businesses, thanks to fresh funding.
GAAR advisory panel loses a NICs expert with a penchant for irreverent language.
HMRC moving to Gov.uk expected to boost the user-friendliness of its content.
Telco blames a techie who knew its IT infrastructure for the robbery of 2m customer files.
Government hails a cut in red tape for 1.5 million micro-businesses.
Lawyer trounces claims that legally paying the least tax possible is an obligation.
August was the hottest month for IT contractors since April 2011.
Taxman to spot evaders using small companies' card payment details.
A dozen places on Whitehall IT panels open to techies enriched by the public good.
Umbrella company contractors, among other professionals, will be hit if unions get their way.
OTS wants input on the complicated rules for limited and umbrella company users.
It's no longer just the client's e-services that developers are expected to connect with.