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MPs say going to the polls on the 12th makes the disclosure requirement on the 31st ‘illegitimate.’

Taxman demands millions from the health service’s digital arm, for fumbling its use of his own ‘toolkit.’

The £60k stretch target is now in the urologist’s sights, as things ‘could get complicated.’

Ten contractor supporters join this website in calling the elected to stand against further IR35 reform.

There’s something wrong when he who pushed through the loan charge gets to have oversight of it.

As HMRC refuses to fully accept all tax dispute recommendations, contractors are urged to act.

Disappointing controversy was warned against, and now needs sorting with fair treatment – ICAEW.

Wanted: what HMRC is telling you will happen once Sir Amyas Morse reports.

Nothing sinister about the timing of Javid’s unveilings, as time and space for change remains -- WTT.

Brexit set to boss Sajid Javid’s Budget into making no Loan Charge or IR35 changes.

Contractor body among those concerned at the shock resignation of the late payment tsar.

Disappointed but not surprised, says a Barclays PSC, preparing to be part of the bank’s contractor exodus.

All eyes are on IR35 from 2020, but it’s actually the Agency Legislation which could see contractors’ staple payments reclassified.

‘Deadlock’ over the UK’s EU departure has helped lift growth in IT contractor demand out of the doldrums.

New official guidance lets agencies and umbrellas finalise forms for April 2020.

MPs ask the head reviewer of the tax to tell HMT of the number of lives it’s really taken.

Two unflattering reports of the government’s housing showpiece could consign it for early demolition at Budget 2019.

Minister defends keeping the potentially ‘inappropriate,’ suicide-inducing tax in force.

It involves a giant of news, but this FTT case’s deciders have been massively underreported. Until now.

Unheeded warning to HMRC, ministers and the chancellor has the most tragic of consequences.

Between now and Monday, many still have an unenviable decision to make.

Evidence of HMRC bullying or blundering with dates is sought, for Sir Amyas’ eyes only.

The 2019 Loan Charge Review extends the deadline for meeting to October 14th.

New chancellor rumoured to want his first autumn Budget about a month from now.

IPSE: Clouds of uncertainty aren’t shifting, and just one of them could bring the house down.

Contractors and their families are among those who can now have their say to Sir Amyas Morse.

An emergency order is the only way to stop the loan charge suicide rate doubling, Javid told.

Minister’s review letter that doesn’t initially detail the review raises a ‘frightening’ prospect.

Dead ahead: Contractors, brace yourselves for a surface-level assessment of considerable icebergs.

Experts, advisers and MPs fear a rerun of the Treasury’s March ‘whitewash.’

It’s practical and proportionate to pause the charge while it’s appropriateness is assessed.

Lehman and AWR were the last time growth in the appetite for freelance IT skills was so weak.

The prime minister’s assurance of action is welcomed, but contractors are cautioned over what it doesn’t mean.

To contractors, the country’s finances and even the PM, this retrospective tax could be their undoing.

A simple message to coincide with the Spending Review needs your voice to amplify it.

Opening up is the key to unlocking what you need to put your house in order, and your partners’ houses, for April 6th.

Why ruining 1,500 contractors’ bank holiday weekends (and potentially their livelihoods), takes more balance than you might think.

An important cut-off if you’re caught by the charge and are settling looms large -- a week today.

'It’s highlighting and challenging that’s the main point of writing to Johnson, Javid and Norman.'

What this website and ten other contractor groups have told the PM and chancellor.

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