IFA: Contract workers need not be penalised by lenders for running their own companies.
Taxing UK workers regardless of their payroll location will follow the changes to IR35 - Alexander.
Expertise, experience & ‘EI’ define IT-business pros who are at the top (by design or default).
Wanted: your recipes for 'contractor-style' dishes.
'Service returning to normal' for 2 million users of RBS's Mobile Banking app.
Broadcaster’s IT boss steps aside amid a probe into where and why DMI failed.
Reasonable care, not perfection, is required when contractors settle up with HMRC.
Survey shows the lure of self-employment is too strong for most who try it.
Government’s 'Cloud First Policy' becomes mandatory for central departments.
Dearth of computer graduates enriching a small elite of IT contractors, says Hays.
Bank’s £2bn IT spend will be on top of system improvements running into the millions of pounds.
Over-30s are next in line for a loan to get their business idea off the ground.
'Burdensome' questionnaires attached to £230bn a year of state contracts to be scrapped.
Less form-filling expected for small firms wanting to supply the government.
HRH confirms people who work for themselves will be free from Health & Safety rules.
Tech specialists who freelance seen by 50 trusts as the preferred staffing option.
More willingness to take on permies leaves temporary IT workers at a six-month low.
UK officials hail 'a turning point' in their fight against evasion and illicit finance.
'Taxation no longer a game of indulging in an ingenious scheme to lower your liability.'
Penalties of £10 a day start racking up from yesterday for late-filing contractors.
Malware expert foresees riches for 'cyber Jedi' who can fight the web’s dark side.
Users caught by HMRC seek to recoup losses by blaming the advice they received.
Six IT-business leaders tasked by Whitehall to save £300m on supplier contracts.
Bulk of ADR cases result in full or partial resolution – sometimes because HMRC erred.
Jobs pool for freelancers with 10 software skills widens, amid a narrowing for some permies.
Contractors may think the status of IR35 advice from tax advisers has changed, but it hasn’t.
Testers will be the least exposed IT contractors when financial hirers revert to ‘normal’.
Booking opens for querying HMRC on RTI, record-keeping and annual returns.
Payroll firms hope to fill the gap from HMRC's unwillingness to approve them.
HMRC often being slow to refund, and needing to be asked first, puts the onus on firms.
Dividends remain effective for contractors where the sole aim is to provide shareholders a return.
Two more UK overseas territories expected to feed HMRC with individuals' details.
Bank under an 'enforcement investigation' for its IT meltdown last summer.
PA's appeal withdrawal puts firms with similar 'dividends-based reward strategies' at risk.
Taxpayers who ditch self-employment urged not to delay messaging HMRC.
Rate ultimatums hit IT contractors at CapGemini, Barclays and Atos.
Twenty consecutive months of rising demand for IT contractors ended in March.
Officials hit by a 'steady stream of complaints' about security clearance for IT contracts.
Newer Windows still being on the shelf should boost IT migration specialists.
Helping IT contractors navigate the ‘perfect storm’ of conditions ripe for tech sector bargains.