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The LITRG spells out where its 11 chapters can help IR35 reform-hit PSCs to turn the page, safely.

Loudest call for freelance techies since July 2018 indicates the covid bounce back has begun.

A ‘comprehensive’ report on ‘cleaning up the contractor supply chain’ is welcomed.

A few words from CEST Explained’s author on the tool’s future, including potentially new questions in July.

Everything the taxman wants you to know about private sector IR35 reform, in his own words.

A law firm reveals what's on the minds of the new IR35 status decision-makers -- end-users.

A BBC radio show finally tuned in to a long-running problem. But the veracity of the on-air claims are worthy of scrutiny too.

The issue of underhand, years-old pocketing of contractor cash by some brollies is reignited -- on the very cusp of IR35 reform.

The new kid on the shady block is thanking their lucky stars. But it’s users who will end up far from fortunate.

The shrewd who want property won’t listen to the mainstream media, but will use an interpreter for their contract income.

An instant fix for some, but factoring is a very hard habit to shake, whether it’s invoice or recourse.

Preparation is the only way to guarantee yourself a really ‘soft landing,’ even if there is only three weeks to get sorted.

Umbrella companies and other firms issue new advice about contracting overseas.

It’s better than expected, but a corporation tax change costing £50m is racking up more critics.

The defenders of PSCs from covid will turn their efforts from blanket support, to 'pockets of support.'

Officials at Companies House are being polite, but the subtext is clear – delinquent directors are at risk again.

It was on the ‘pros’ list of the chancellor’s measures, but the SPR will feel like a ‘con’ to many PSCs.

Limited companies’ negative but improving confidence will be all but wiped out if off-payroll rules proceed, warns IPSE.

Dates, visibility and optimism made February marginally more buoyant for temporary techies than January.

The contractor sector’s leading tax, accounting and IR35 advisers assess the chancellor’s action and inaction.

Rishi Sunak unveils his second Budget -- to change the UK's 'economic geography' after coronavirus.

Tomorrow or the 23rd should give limited company contractors the detail they need to finalise their (hopefully) shortlisted options.

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

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.

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

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

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.

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.

The off-payroll rules will make an unwieldy mess worse. Government must revert to Taylor to avoid disaster.

On a long list reprimanding the Revenue, peers admonish the taxman for using workers caught by disguised remuneration.

Taxman told to come up with explanations and offerings for the millions stung by both covid and IR35.

MPs want Loan Charge contractors to show the taxman chasing them over the goodwill season.

There’s work to be done for Brits processing European personal data. And penalties for those who shirk it.

Chancellor looking increasingly isolated in his decision not to help limited company directors.

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