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The This Morning host who once said ‘There’s nobody more freelance than me’ is found to owe HMRC an estimated £250k for disguised employment at ITV.

Even on the day regulation finally emerges, we’ll still need collective action to win this war.

Tax authority says it might appeal, after experts say losing to Lineker in a ground-breaking case shows HMRC doesn’t understand its own rules.

The FTT finding in favour of the Match of the Day presenter will expose a possibly unrecognised IR35 risk for other partnerships.

Entries have now been sorted, scrutinised and judged by the panel to create impressive shortlists.

A clarification, of sorts, from a former tax inspector invited to make a correction, of sorts.

Contractor accountants fear their annual task of getting limited company directors to act has been made tougher by the chancellor.

Margaret Beels’ four themes are a solid start but it’s enforcement, enforcement, enforcement we need.

Limited companies told that while buying a single MacBook may not be worth the rush, multiple purchases might.

Even the Treasury would be advantaged by something that would benefit brollies, clients, and contractors -- the Single Enforcement Body.

Staffing bosses put on a brave face after Spring Budget leaves the off-payroll rules intact, signalling the continuation of bans and blanketing.   

His budget wasn’t the time or place, but putting an end to HMRC’s scandalous loan charge must be the job of Jeremy Hunt -- or his successor, in this or the next government.

New figures indicating the off-payroll figures will rake in £6billion from an invariably over the moon HMRC are damning.

Suspiciously timed, a 12-months-old report on the Single Enforcement Body surfaces to say the SEB will hopefully be established soon.

The can’t-pays, won’t-pays and dodgy brolly directors who went straight -- all on the chancellor’s new list of HMRC targets.

Chancellor Hunt’s pension boost set to propel fifty-somethings back into contracting, even on brolly roles caught by the off-payroll rules.

No IR35 mention, no SEB and no corporation tax U-turn means contractors must cling to pensions changes, R&D credits and energy bill help as the few positives from the chancellor.

Jeremy Hunt delivers his ‘Growth’ Budget, but offers very few pluses or minuses to contractors' tax and finances.

Freelancer Financials shares its mortgage borrower wishlist ahead of chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s imminent statement.

The Single Enforcement Body (or the Treasury’s response to its evidence-call), should factor in the following if it is to succeed.

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