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The likes of Crossrail connects with the growing mass of engineers who want flexibility.

Nine areas of the temporary IT skills market are 'hot,' even as the colder months loom.

IR35 solution provider hit by the ASA, as its marketing claims are branded 'misleading.'

The founder of SJD Accountancy returns, offering an IR35-inspired model for contractors.

Less than 70 days to go to see if private sector IR35 reform is real, proposed or incoming.

That image you like of you is just so cool. But what does your target audience make of it?

'Second longest act of its kind, which reforms contracting, isn't the chancellor's fault.'

Rate premiums to be had, especially for six IT contractors willing to jump ship.

Fairness and honesty questions posed, but HMRC has a £474million answer.

Contractors are not the target --'for once' -- of a HMRC criminal prosecution threat.

Ahead of next year's £3,000 cutback, remember that even a little excess can be illegal.

Complaints prompt Unite to 'tar all brollies with the same brush', and demand a ban.

Bedding in, not rolling out, is what HMRC’s latest IR35 language speaks to.

Chancellor tipped to tour the north, just as taxpayers tell the Treasury what he should do.

'Get real,' blasts a judge, declaring Dragons' Den-style business plans as unnecessary to be 'self-employed.'

Revealed: why contracting in IT is growing at almost twice the rate of IT employment.

Only a matter of time until the off-payroll rules are rolled out to cover all PSCs.

Hundreds of temporary techies get their marching orders, as banks' cutbacks kick in.

Hypocrisy, confusion and disguised remuneration make up a busy tax month.

Techies in business-as-usual mode about the UK's exit, before a post-2019 bounce.

Reassurance (of sorts) for those whose designs or creations are protected.

Legal proceedings against IT security researchers are how to put the pubic at risk.

Record low in optimism blamed on Brexit, the off-payroll rules and the rules’ feared extension.

The traditionally challenging 'holiday month' was buoyant for IT contractors.

Temporary techies say Brexit deal must keep Britain in the single market.

They think it’s all over! It will be by the 11th, when the season starts. Join now!

Contracting group firms up its concerns about replacing the category of 'worker.'

What to consider before 'joining the dark side,' by an IT contractor who’s been tempted.

Insolvency Service counts the fallout from the 'one-off' event that keeps killing 'Ltds.'

Agency body backs a bid to answer the 'open question' of what Brexit means for techies.

A new report considering new regulation for umbrellas reads as an 'A-Z' of agency abuse.

July's key to getting self-assessing right, but there's three areas you typically get wrong.

Rules from 2011 still stumping many, but it's up to recruiters to 'take the lead.'

Get to grips with your brolly's deductions and fees so you're covered, not cross.

Review boss's reassurance fails to ease fears that contractors could still be hit.

Mindset more important than any one measure, says a tax blueprint for business soloists.

Government puts the loss of a £3,000 dividend tax shelter back on the books. 

Nine-month probe into modern work criticised as 'timid', praised as 'positive'.

Growth in temporary IT billings cools, albeit only from its May high.

Murray Group at the Supreme Court is a triumph for the taxman, but will he regret it?

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