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Gary Lineker wins £5 million IR35 fight with taxman Recently Published
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:38 29/03/23
Former England international and Match of the Day presenter, Gary Lineker has won a multi-million pound claim from HMRC, after a tax tribunal ruled that IR35 didn't apply in his case.
Budget (4): Reaction from freelancers' group
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:10 16/03/23
Representative group, IPSE has given its views on some of the measures in the Spring Budget which will affect freelancers and the self employed.
Budget (3): Pension changes could encourage older contractors to return
Susie Hughes [Political News] 11:30 16/03/23
Budget proposals to change pension allowances to encourage early retirees back into work could benefit older contractors thinking of returning to the work-place.
Budget (2): Back to Work misses self-employed target
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:50 16/03/23
Although the Budget promoted 'Back to Work' measures for many sections of the workforce, including the older 'returners' and young parents, the Government has been accused of missing an opportunity to target the self-employed sector.
Budget (1): 'Back to work' Budget - at a glance
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:32 16/03/23
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's first Budget was aimed at encouraging people to return to work. Here are the key measures aimed at that - and other annoucements.
Abolition of IR35: Could Gary Lineker Front a Campaign?
richard-s [Letters from Freelancers] 09:33 15/03/23 | Comments: 1
1. Gary Lineker is a media-savvy "national treasure."
2. This government seems to listen to highly paid footballers.
3. Gary Lineker apparently has personal experience of crazy IR35 rules; although probably not (yet) their unfair, counterproductive effects on the "little people" who work so hard to keep the UK economy working; people whose precious skills & efforts the UK so badly needs if it is every to break out of the current problems.
4. He's probably respected by the party which originally introduced IR35 in 1999. So his support would be useful both before and after the next General Election.
IR35 Status - Lineker
sandman [Letters from Freelancers] 18:09 10/03/23 | Comments: 2
Does BBC dispute with Gary Lineker have an impact on his IR35 status
HMRC updates IR35 guidance ahead of Spring Budget
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 10:50 08/03/23
HMRC has issued multiple updates to the off-payroll working guidance section (IR35) ahead of next week's Spring Budget.
Fears that calls for IR35 reform fall on deaf ears
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 10:53 01/03/23
With just two weeks to the Spring Budget, even the most optimistic IR35 reformers are finding it difficult to convince themselves there will be any positive changes on the horizon.
'Wake up call' as self-employed sector shrinks
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:20 22/02/23
New research suggesting the self-employed sectorís contribution to the UK economy fell by an estimated £25bn in 2022 is a 'wake up call' for government to change course on its agenda for the nationís smallest businesses, according to IPSE, the UKís freelancer trade body.

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