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Guidance to those intending to flout the 31st deadline is the sort of guidance it pains accountants to give.

‘Miracle workers’ advise the ‘silly monkeys’ how much they’ll owe HMRC if they don’t swing into action before Tuesday.

Sky Sports rugby commentator (not presenter), kicks HMRC’s £695,000 claim of disguised employment into touch.

Former tax inspector flags up where the FTT blew the whistle on the Revenue’s status match-up against the Sky Sports commentator.

Individuals and companies are paying the price for an under-resourced taxman, who simply switches off when things get too busy.

Government accused of gross negligence by 'wilfully ignoring’ risk-to-life alerts while trying to prioritise justifying an ‘immoral policy.’

Big fear of the 12 months to come is IR35, indicating that with the rules introduced almost two years ago, it’s not a case of 'the devil you know.'

Following the off-payroll shambles, who knows what the next Budget holds. But…

MPs won’t be the only ones waiting to hear how it is that ‘HMRC manifestly failed to do its duty on an industrial scale’ with agency workers who used umbrella companies.

What contractors who want to move this year need to understand about lenders, the economy and the market.

An administration that has ‘wholly failed to address issues plaguing the contract workforce,’ narrowly gets the benefit of the doubt from experts.

Treasury minister’s suggestion that the two IR35 reform U-turns were a cost-free exercise is deemed unreliable.

FCSA: Any and all reasonable evidence of unlawful or underhanded practice will be looked into, alongside the companies we’re already investigating.

The Mainpay ruling reinforces ‘If it seems too good to be true, then it invariably is.’ That's now even more the case, with no SEB.

Contractors’ accountants believe the government is right to delay MTD ITSA until 2026, but they say quite a few wrongs remain.

Government called to spell out what it will do with umbrellas, if it won’t regulate them via the SEB.

Delays on pre-Christmas hires makes January ‘the big test,’ but growth in IT contractor demand is already on the up again.

Badly let down by his accountants, the Sky Sports pundit and former rugby star won’t even get to tackle the taxman.

A technically lawful supply of labour (for now anyway) ‘would only prolong and inflame tensions’ on trains, in the NHS, and at schools.

Dangerous to the truth: a mass of questionable statics is unquestionably designed to give the taxman a pat on the back.

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