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Midnight January 31 filing deadline looms
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 08:59 31/01/15
Reminder: Midnight January 31 is the deadline to avoid a £100 late filing penalty on tax returns.
HMRC puts forward new measures to tackle persistent tax avoiders
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 15:14 30/01/15
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has published a consultation paper, ‘Strengthening Sanctions for Tax Avoidance’, setting out proposals to tackle the serial use of tax avoidance schemes.
Taxation
Chris01 [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 14:10 30/01/15 | Comments: 2
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Freelancers are 'cautiously optimistic' about the future
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:09 28/01/15 | Comments: 2
Freelancers are cautiously optimistic about the year ahead, believing the number of contracts available will grow, but revenue will remain the same.
New Year tax planning tips for Limited Company contractors
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:51 28/01/15 | Comments: 1
Having just celebrated New Year contractor are reminded that another New Year is just around the corner. April 6 2015 welcomes in the 2015/2016 tax year; so with three months remaining, what planning measures can you put in place to make sure you have taken advantage of all the tax breaks available to you?
Agency checks prior to starting a contract
spearmain [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 15:57 27/01/15 | Comments: 1
I have been contracting via my own personal services company since 2009. I have been on maternity leave since June 2013 (fully salaried by my company except for the period I received Statutory Maternity Pay). I have just been offered an 8 week contract by a City institution, but am having no end of hassle with the agency they are using to complete all the relevant security/credit checks as they seem to fail to understand the difference between contractors working via a limited company and PAYE employees.
Compliance contractors clean up as banks face uncertainty
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:32 26/01/15
Compliance contractors in the banking section could be the winners as the major banks come to terms with their ring-fencing strategies.
Umbrella fear damage to reputation because of the minority
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:07 23/01/15
Umbrella companies have hit back following a Channel 4 programme which featured an investigation into the practises of one umbrella company as part of a programme digging into schemes which result in low pay.
Surge in demand for compliance specialists in pharmaceuticals
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:38 23/01/15
Tough new regulations designed to tighten up industry standards to fight against counterfeit drugs have led to a surge in demand for compliance specialists at pharmaceutical companies.
Latest figures show 'self-employment is here to stay'
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:55 21/01/15
The latest ONS Labour Market Statistics show self-employment is 'here to stay' according to IPSE, the association for freelancers and the self-employed.

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