Divisiveness, change and removal. It’s all gone on, but now it’s time to move on.

A lot of off-payroll rule uncertainty looms, but there isn’t a lot of will to stem it. Or is there?

Contractors, it’s time to remove HMRC’s ability to be judge, jury and executioner.

Leaf-turning by a blinkered, intransigent HMRC is an unlikely prospect -- at least on IR35.

Knowing yourself is the key to exploiting fierce competition, sharp appetite and rising rates.

CGT not being taken off you doesn’t make you a victim (although you may be).

Shortlist you for a detail-orientated environment? Probably not if you can’t spell.

Save your outrage for HMRC’s ‘external consultant,’ as ‘Sir CEO’ is de rigueur.

Clients are on a respite from rules-induced work, ahead of Digital dominating in 2019.

Contractors who collapse will have to pay the taxman second, not fourth, from when IR35 changes.

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