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Government inquiry to act on zero-hours contracts
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:11 23/05/17
The Government-commissioned inquiry into self-employment and independent working practices is set to call for employees on zero-hours contracts to be given the right to request a move onto fixed hours, according to reports from the BBC.
Majority of contractors do not trust ESS Tool
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:36 22/05/17
The vast majority of contractors do not trust HMRC's online tool to determine the IR35 status of public sector contracts.
Agents manifesto call to promote flexible professional talent
Susie Hughes [Political News] 13:29 19/05/17
Agency trade body, APSCo, has launched its new manifesto which outlines the value of flexible, professional talent in a global market and contains key policy recommendations for a post-election and post Brexit economy.
Call for statutory definition of self-employment
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:10 17/05/17
A statutory definition of self-employment must be created to end confusion and ensure working for yourself is viewed as a positive, valuable way of working, was the call from freelancer group IPSE, in its official submission to the Taylor Review of modern employment practices.
Labour proposes clampdown on umbrellas
Susie Hughes [Political News] 15:20 16/05/17 | Comments: 1
Some freelancer groups reacted with concern that Labour's proposed clampdown on more suspect aspects of the contractor business model could punish genuine self-employed workers. And there were calls for the political party to reconsider its proposed blanket ban on umbrella companies if elected.
'Be brave on tax simplification', is message from new tax body chief
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:36 10/05/17
In his inaugural speech as President of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), John Preston will encourage whichever Government is elected on June 8 to be prepared to be brave on tax simplification.
VAT on referral fees,
jamieford [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 11:28 09/05/17 | Comments: 1
We are just entering an agreement with an agent to pay us a fixed referral fee for each hour a contractor we have introduced to them invoices for.
Tories take heart from SMEs' wave of optimism
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:34 05/05/17
While Prime Minister, Theresa May canít guarantee the support of the small business community, she can be reassured that its confidence in its own growth is the highest in four years, according to recent research.
'Gig economy' companies free-riding on welfare state
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:29 02/05/17
The Government must close the loopholes that are currently allowing 'bogus' self-employment practices, which are potentially creating an extra burden on the welfare state while simultaneously reducing the tax contributions that sustain it, according to a report from the Work and Pensions Committee.
Welcome delay for 'Making Tax Digital' measures
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:48 26/04/17 | Comments: 1
The Government has dropped the controversial Making Tax Digital (MTD) legislation from the Finance Bill, which will be the last to be debated in the Commons before Parliament adjourns for the General Election.

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