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Snap election should lead to Making Tax Digital deferral
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:23 24/04/17
A professional accountancy body has urged a delay in the implementation of HMRC’s Making Tax Digital strategy, following the decision to hold a snap General Election.
Newsletter 476: Contractors wish for 'less interesting times'
Newsletter Editor [ Shout99 Newsletter] 10:15 21/04/17
There is an old Chinese curse which is 'May you live in interesting times'. Whether it is factual or merely folklore, isn't known. But what is certain, is that contractors must wish they lived and worked in slightly less interesting times.
CIOT warns of dangers of rushing through Finance Bill
Susie Hughes [Political News] 15:27 19/04/17
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has written to Chancellor Philip Hammond urging him not to rush through a large number of tax changes without any real Parliamentary scrutiny.
Chorus of opposition to new employment rules
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:50 18/04/17
Widespread dissatisfaction with the Government’s approach to employment rules could give ministers no choice but to remodel their controversial legislation once the Taylor Review reports.
Self-employed figures continue to rise
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:07 12/04/17
The number of self-employed in the UK has grown by 114,000. That means there are now 4.78 million self-employed people in the UK – a total of 15 per cent of the workforce.
Contractors urged to seek IR35 status test
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:41 11/04/17
Contractors are being advised to check their IR35 status in order to resolve the confusion and uncertainty over the newly implemented public sector rule changes.
IR35 changes hit locums and the NHS
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:06 10/04/17 | Comments: 2
As the new IR35 legislation comes into effect in the public sector, research has shown that some locum doctors who work as husband and wife teams will need a 50 per cent pay increase to earn the same after the new taxes have been applied.
Demand for contractors in financial services strengthening
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:34 07/04/17
A growing proportion of contractors working in financial services are seeing their pay increase and are being offered longer contracts as the market rebounds following the initial Brexit shock, according to research by contractor specialists, SJD Accountancy.
IR35: Contractors predict public sector suffering as reform lands
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 10:19 06/04/17 | Comments: 5
Changes to IR35 in the public sector enforced today (April 6, 2017), will hit major public sector projects hard according to 95 per cent of contractors.
Five tax changes coming into force
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 09:34 06/04/17
Did you know that if you had a beard in Russia in the 1700's, you had to pay beard tax? The UK may not have beard tax, but as part of the latest Spring Budget, there are a few changes to taxes you need to know about.

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