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The ‘crackers’ chancellor reportedly wants to turn the IR35 screw further, by hiking tax on single-customer PSCs.

The Adams verdict will reassure the many being forced from bonafide businesses which they’ve built from scratch.

Restrictive covenants can keep a good contractor down, and from moving out of off-payroll’s way. But only if they are ‘reasonably necessary.’

Despite its narrow applicability, a ruling in favour of the TV host will still likely inspire contractors to collect more badges.

Limited company contractors caught by April’s off-payroll rules are tipped to benefit from Uber’s loss.

Not telling the Lords about Loan Charge contractors who it knew of could subject the Revenue to investigation.

Becoming a digital nomad overseas is a passport, of sorts, to temporarily leaving the UK’s covid gloom behind.

Being inside IR35 from April will be a whole lot more taxing with the five per cent deduction disallowed by HMRC.

Off-payroll paradox: 11th hour 'supporting customers' rhetoric is at odds with the deployment of a new 'specialist team.'

Being massively overlooked is the fact that HMRC enquiries into limited company workers will continue long after April 6th.

Despite talking a good game, agents quietly admit off-payroll effects will last between one year and forever.

PSCs returning to the UK should find PCR tests they must imminently pay for claimable.

April’s off-payroll rules compel professional services, banking, telecoms, oil, digital, and investment clients to no longer hire PSCs.

In light of another CJRS update by the taxman, PSC directors might be wise to check their own online activities.

Chancellor sent a ‘strongly-worded’ letter, following a stock reply boding badly for Budget 2021.

‘Not great’ for temporary techies, but ‘massively better than might have been expected’ – REC.

Off-payroll study: the ticking clock and HMRC’s track record aren’t instilling much confidence in the incoming findings.

Eight situations prove just how vital it is for PSCs to be fully fluent in April’s new rules.

An extension by the chancellor in March would make the housing market’s triple threat manageable.

Helping directors with their dividends would be irresponsible and unfair to taxpayers, claims HMT’s Jesse Norman.

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