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.

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.

With an extra bill of £3,750 from corporation tax alone, no wonder some PSCs feel Hunt is hunting them to extinction.

Jeremy Hunt delivers a ‘plan for stability, growth and public services.’ And a plan to make dividends more taxing.

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.

Six ways the Treasury boss can restore stability, repair the Tories’ reputation and return contracting to what it does best.

What a Supreme Court ruling might mean for other directors who pay dividends only for their companies to subsequently enter administration.

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.

According to people who’ve been in the negotiating room with HM Treasury’s new boss, he’s versatile, open-minded, and not accepting of civil servants' scripts.

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