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Good News on IR35: 2017 & 2021 Changes Scrapped
richard-s [Letters from Freelancers] 14:11 23/09/22
The Chancellor has announced some good news about IR35: "IR35 rules will be simplified, with 2017 and 2021 reforms repealed."
Mini-Budget: Scrapping reforms places burden back on contractors
The Editor [News on IR35] 14:06 23/09/22
The Mini-Budget announcement to scrap the controversial and unpopular off-payroll IR35 reforms of the past few years was seen by some as replacing one problem with another.
Mini-Budget: 'Watershed moment' as controversial IR35 reforms are scrapped
The Editor [News on IR35] 13:52 23/09/22
The so-called 'Mini-Budget' had more significant measures than many full-scale Budgets, including a commitment to scrap the controversial IR35 off-payroll reforms of recent years.
Freelancer confidence in the economy falls to its lowest levels since the pandemic
The Editor [News on Business] 13:23 20/09/22
New research shows that freelancers’ confidence in the UK economy for the next 12 months has fallen sharply from -27.4 in Q1 2022 to -56.7 this quarter. This represents the lowest level of freelancer confidence in the economy since the early days of the pandemic in Q1 2020.
Call on Government to invest to improve unacceptable HMRC service levels
The Editor [News on Business] 10:16 16/09/22
The President of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has called on the new UK Government to invest to improve HMRC’s 'unacceptable service' levels.
New Prime Minister needs to reform more than IR35 to bolster the UK’s economy
The Editor [News on IR35] 18:39 06/09/22
Before new Prime Minister, Liz Truss, has had time to unpack the removal van at No 10, the representative groups and industry interests are lining up to push their agenda up the priority list.
Tory hopeful promises IR35 review if she becomes next PM
The Editor [News on IR35] 10:52 26/08/22
One of the two contenders for the Tory Party Leadership - and the next Prime Minister - has promised a review of the IR35 should she win the battle for the top job.
Digital skills prominently feature when SMEs need freelance support
The Editor [News on Business] 13:34 22/08/22
Recent research has indicated how reliant small firms are on accessing freelancer's skills with more than two thirds saying they would use them to support their businesses.
Demand for contractors spikes as skills disappear across the country
The Editor [News on Business] 10:23 15/08/22
As skills disappear across the UK, employers are relying heavily on contract professionals to keep businesses operating as threats of a recession increase, according to agency group, APSCo.
The Liz v Rishi contest - what it means for small business
The Editor [News on Business] 10:25 08/08/22
After the twists and turns of the Conservative Party Leadership contest, the next Prime Minister of this country has come down to a choice between two contrasting personalities and characters.

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