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Call for Government to act on 'off-payroll' issue
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 10:47 16/04/14 | Comments: 1
Freelancer group, PCG has written to Danny Alexander MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, to call for action on the assurance process for ‘off payroll’ workers in the public sector after the House of Lords Committee on Personal Service Companies called on the Government to intervene.
Claiming travelling time for overseas travel
BrianTH [Letters from Freelancers] 09:35 16/04/14 | Comments: 1
I may be starting a contract with an international company, and this will require some travel.
Row over value and status of self-employed
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:10 15/04/14
A row has broken out between freelancer trade body, the PCG, and trade union group the TUC, over the value of the nation's self-employed.
Updates from HMRC
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:04 15/04/14
HM Revenue and Customs has published a series of updates.
Late payment causes a fifth of insolvencies
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 08:35 14/04/14 | Comments: 1
Late payment by customers for goods and services is a primary or major factor in one-in-five corporate insolvencies, according to R3, the insolvency trade body.
Agencies warned about paying workers gross
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:33 11/04/14
The new ‘false self employment’ tax legislation leaves those agencies that have arrangements to pay their contractors gross at risk from April 6, 2014 according to the recruitment law firm Lawspeed.
Newsletter 432: House of Lords issue damning report on IR35
Newsletter Editor [ Shout99 Newsletter] 10:15 10/04/14
The House of Lords has told HM Revenue and Customs to justify the continuing existence of controversial freelancer tax IR35.
Lords PSC report: Be careful what you wish for
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:03 09/04/14 | Comments: 7
After the publication of the damning House of Lords report into IR35, there were immediate calls for the suspension of IR35 while 'proper consideration' is given to its abolition.
Lords PSC Report: Summary and recommendations
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:38 09/04/14 | Comments: 1
The headline news for the House of Lords verdict on so-called personal service companies and IR35 was clearly that HM Revenue and Customs must do better at explaining itself and justifying the tax on freelancers.
Trade group calls for suspension of IR35 after damning report
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 10:43 08/04/14 | Comments: 12
Freelancer trade body, the PCG, has called for IR35 to be suspended following a critical report by the House of Lords Select Committee on Personal Service Companies.

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