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Contracting sector calls for end to 'war on contracting' Recently Published
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:25 25/06/19
The contracting sector has called on the next Prime Minister to stop the Government's 'war on contracting' and instead support the UK’s flexible workforce.
"Employment Income" clause Recently Published
tbontour [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 10:11 25/06/19 | Comments: 2
What does the following contract clause really mean?: "The Consultancy will ensure that all remuneration it pays any personnel engaged on the Services is paid and taxed as employment income, within the meaning of the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003 as amended."
Contractors call for independent IR35 reviews
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:05 21/06/19
With under a year until IR35 reform is extended to the private sector, nearly over half of contractors believe independent IR35 reviews hold the key to accurate status decisions, according to a survey.
When no tax demand spells trouble
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 14:20 20/06/19
Rather than cheer the lack of an expected tax bill this summer, the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is warning such people, which could include contractors, to brace themselves for bad news from HMRC after Christmas.
'Stop The Off-Payroll Tax' campaign calls for support
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 15:57 14/06/19
The Stop The Off-Payroll Tax campaign has written to the new Treasury Minister, Jesse Norman MP asking him to support UK contractors, rather than attacking them, by dropping plans to roll-out The Off-Payroll Tax – the so called ‘off-payroll or IR35 rules’ - to the private sector.
More disabled people are choosing self-employment
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:55 11/06/19
More disabled people than ever before are choosing self-employment, but are being let down by poor support from Government, according to research.
Agencies step up to shape IR35 implementation
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:07 07/06/19
Agencies have come out in force to feed into their trade body’s official response to HMRC’s latest consultation on the implementation of the reform of the off-payroll working rules.
'Government-led chaos' hits freelancers
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 09:00 03/06/19
New figures show a drop of over £4,000 (£4,302) in average quarterly earnings for freelancers, with the blame being squarely placed on Government policies.
Improvements needed to HMRC’s IR35 assessment tool
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:19 31/05/19
A leading tax authority has joined in the cry for improvements in the Government's online assessment tool for off-payroll working if the new rules are to operate effectively.
More confusion about self-employed over 'off-payroll' reforms
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:28 29/05/19
One in five UK sole traders are needlessly making plans to address the impact of proposed Off-Payroll reforms despite the legislation not affecting them.

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