Wider grounds than potentially unauthorised deductions of employer NICs should be considered if taking a brolly to tribunal.
30th November, 2022 | Comment
It’s wild; hysterical and panic-inducing – and that’s only the coverage. Fortunately for contractors, the likelihood is just a reversion of the property market to 2021.
24th November, 2022 | Comment
For being more limited than limited companies feared, Hunt’s CGT reforms are a bit of a let-off for small, entrepreneurial businesses.
Beware the false umbrella employers; ineffective opt-outs, and Arthur Daley-esque insurance policies.
22nd November, 2022 | Comment
With an extra bill of £3,750 from corporation tax alone, no wonder some PSCs feel Hunt is hunting them to extinction.
21st November, 2022 | Comment
Jeremy Hunt delivers a ‘plan for stability, growth and public services.’ And a plan to make dividends more taxing.
17th November, 2022 | Comment
What the taxman gives with one hand as a tax refund to a failed PSC, he will surely try to take back with the other from its director.
16th November, 2022 | Comment
Six ways the Treasury boss can restore stability, repair the Tories’ reputation and return contracting to what it does best.
15th November, 2022 | Comment
What a Supreme Court ruling might mean for other directors who pay dividends only for their companies to subsequently enter administration.
8th November, 2022 | Comment
Finding clients, sorting admin, and all while navigating both Brexit and IR35? Contracting abroad isn’t for the faint-hearted, but help is at hand.
1st November, 2022 | Comment
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