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Contracting News

Making HMRC a preferred creditor will push contractors down the ‘pay me’ pecking order.

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The established are being overrun by the east on international take-home pay.

Budget 2018 bound to be behind the blunter IT contractor demand but overall, opportunities are growing.

No new guidance coming, as the rule-breakers are deliberate, and the unawares are unaware.

'Astonished' I’m even being asked if they owe tax retrospectively, chancellor dares.

Your invitation to give thanks to the people who helped you contract in the last year.

Forget giveth and taketh away, with PSCs, this chancellor is all taketh.

If T&S is anything to go by, let’s get on the IR35 reform track of tweaking, not taking issue.

‘Spreadsheet Phil’ delays full IR35 reform until 2020, and lets off PSCs with small clients.

As long as you ‘pros’ act now, the ‘cons’ of an off-payroll extension can be mitigated.

Wealth expert tots up where we are now with nest eggs, and where we could be on Monday.

Doing due diligence on umbrellas will come into its own should IR35 change again.

Hammond raiding PSCs looks likely, on top of the rash but realistic option of him reforming IR35.

Start your IR35 reform prep now by joining us on Tuesday to unpack Monday’s Red Book.

Now or never for a chancellor under the cosh, including from the 'demoralised self-employed.'

Three scenarios for Britons who work in the EU are on the table, ahead of a ‘deal of sorts.’

Evidence matters: how to show HMRC (and your client) that you’re not caught by IR35.

Slump in candidate availability suggests now should be a less competitive time to jump ship.

Watch-list of where the chancellor could taketh away doesn’t bode well for tiny traders.

'Pretty confident' legal fight against HMRC retrospection calls on contractors for cash.

The prospect of off-payroll rules for all keeps on-contract numbers firmly in the red.

Treasury disappoints those hoping for no IR35 reform, by scheduling an early Budget.

The taxman takes on more of your disguised remuneration gripes.

What the taxman has to say about 14 of your disguised remuneration gripes.

John McDonnell omitting the umbrella ban pledge isn’t cause to think it’s been shelved.

One rule for the BBC and another for us is a dangerous premise to extend IR35 reform on.

Registering an intention to settle with HMRC is a window that's closing, fast.

‘Help is available,’ reassures a group serving HMRC’s ‘unrepresented’ customers.

Four steps to help beat the blues if you’re in a team of one.

Contractors called to act on a trio of different issues threatening their livelihoods.

Run a company singlehandedly? Work on your own? ‘You’re not alone.’

Comfortable growth for tech contractors is outshone by permie demand and scarcity.

Buoyant, modern sectors are making a historical hotspot for contractors a shoo-in.

Blatant bias of HMRC lurks behind figures purporting to show CEST passing the test.

A passive-aggressive query tops the table of irritating things people say on email.

Brolly avoidance guide is launched to approval, but bosses say it's not rocket science.

The rise of AI and the self-employed is why one proposal has become eight.

Apps are changing financial services’ reputation from rate-enhancer to life-enricher. Are you benefiting?

Digital, micro and young businesses called to compete in a national contest.

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