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Freelancer group calls for statutory definition of self-employment
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:05 24/03/17
Freelancer group, IPSE, has called for a statutory definition of self-employment to end confusion about who is and isn’t self-employed.
IR35 Employers National Insurance
jezlister [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 08:24 24/03/17 | Comments: 1
Who Pays or Employers NI under IR35?
Cautious welcome for IR35 ‘reasonable care’ clause
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:30 22/03/17 | Comments: 2
A last minute addition to the Finance Bill has outlined the need 'reasonable care' to be taken when assessing the IR35 status of public sector contractors.
Gig economy boosts income but many miss out on employment rights
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:01 20/03/17
New research provides the first robust estimate of the size of the gig economy and highlights need for greater clarity over and enforcement of employment rights.
Self-employed welcome Government U-turn on tax increases
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:07 17/03/17
A week after annoucing an increase in National Insurance Contributions for the self-employed, the Government has U-turned and reversed the move.
Budget backfire: Government will be worst hit by IR35 walkout
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:19 15/03/17
Recent research revealed that 85 per cent of public sector contractors would leave their roles should they be caught inside IR35 after April 6 – the date on which public sector companies become responsible for determining the IR35 status of contractors.
Self-employment continues to rise
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:01 15/03/17
Latest employment statistics shows that the self-employed population grew by 148,000 in the last three months – adding more new jobs than the employee population which grew by 144,000.
Newsletter 475: Budget targets self-employed and contractors
Newsletter Editor [ Shout99 Newsletter] 10:20 14/03/17
It was not only what was said but what wasn't said which made this a dismal Budget for the self-employed and freelancers.
More criticism for Government over National Insurance rise
Susie Hughes [Political News] 11:14 13/03/17
The row over the rise in National Insurance for the self-employed continues to gain ground amid accusations that the Government has reneged on a manifesto commitment not to raise taxes; and that it will penalise entrepreneurs.
Budget (6): Small business owners to feel the pinch
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:35 10/03/17
The Chancellor announced two changes in a step to reduce the tax differential between the self-employed, director-shareholders and the employed. These changes include an increase to the main rate of national insurance contributions (NIC) paid by the self-employed and a reduction to the new dividend allowance.

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