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Newsletter 455: Government consults on an IR35 Mark 2
Newsletter Editor [ Shout99 Newsletter] 10:20 03/08/15
The Government has set out its proposals to fulfill its Budget commitment to make the controversial freelancer tax, IR35, 'more effective in protecting the Exchequer'.
Latest Government initiative to tackle late payments
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:40 30/07/15
The Government has set out its proposals for a new Small Business Commissioner to lead a culture change in how small businesses resolve disputes with larger companies.
Employers fined £30 million for failing to conduct employability checks
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 14:34 29/07/15
A significant number of employers and recruiters are still failing to assess an individualís right to work in the UK despite the Government doubling the maximum penalty for those found to be employing illegal workers (from £10,000 to £20,000).
Government's failure to legislate could lead to IR35 Mark 2
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:06 27/07/15
IR35 is back on the political agenda with a Government consultation document which promises 'Son of IR35' or IR35 Mark 2.
Freelancers show record confidence despite Budget fears
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:30 24/07/15
Freelancer and self-employment group, IPSE has published its latest Freelancer Confidence Index, which shows independent professionals are confident in the economy and their own businesses, despite fears that this buoyant mood may not last due to measures outlined in the Budget that will impact freelancers.
Self-assessment deadline approaching
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:11 22/07/15
The Chancellor may have proposed abolishing tax deadlines for most people but for those who make payments on account there are still deadlines to remember and one of them is only a week away.
IR35 Mark 2 heads closer as Government consults
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 07:00 21/07/15 | Comments: 12
The Government has set out its proposals to fulfill its Budget commitment to make the controversial freelancer tax, IR35, 'more effective in protecting the Exchequer'.
Fall in the number of self-employed shows this sector needs support
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 18:26 20/07/15
Latest figures show that the number of people who are self-employed fell by 131,000 compared to a year ago.
New "IR35-like" intermediaries questions ?
mikew [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 12:16 16/07/15 | Comments: 2
Contract agencies have started sending out requests for information about the contract workers, prompted by the HMRC "Record keeping and reporting requirements for intermediaries"
New rules near for employment agencies
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 16:10 15/07/15 | Comments: 1
Employment agencies have until August 5 to make sure they are complying with new HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) rules.

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