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Welcome ‘non-event’ Spring Statement
Susie Hughes [Political News] 14:09 14/03/19
The annual Spring Statement came and went without notice this week, as Parliament, the Government and the country prioritised Brexit deals and no-deals.
Budget (4): Further delay to HMRC penalty reforms
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:36 02/11/18
The small print in post-Budget announcements has revealed further delay to HMRC penalty reforms.
Budget (3): Concerns low-paid might be forced out of ltd cos
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:56 31/10/18
Campaigners for the low-paid are concerned that the IR35 anti-avoidance changes announced in the Budget could leave low-paid workers in the lurch.
Budget (2): Reactions to delayed IR35 changes
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:31 30/10/18
Freelancer groups gave a qualified sigh of relief that the proposed IR35 roll-out wasn't as bad as they feared.
Budget (1): IR35 changes confirmed - but delayed until 2020
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:53 30/10/18 | Comments: 2
The Budget brought the expected and feared IR35 changes to the private sector - but there are two sweeteners with the announcement - a delay until 2020 and that it will only apply to larger companies.
Autumn Budget: News and views
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:23 29/10/18
The Chancellor will present the Autumn Budget to Parliament and the country today. It is widely speculated - and feared - that it will contain details of an IR35 clamp-down on contractors in the private sector.
Spring Statement: Fewer words, less action, little surprises
Susie Hughes [Political News] 13:13 14/03/18
As is often the case with Government announcements, it is often more significant about what is not said than what is.
Call on the Chancellor for clarity, support and encouragement
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:34 12/03/18
Small business group has called on the Chancellor to give some clarity, support and encouragement to the small and micro business sector in his Spring update.
Autumn Budget 2017 (4): Employment status consultation
Susie Hughes [Political News] 18:25 23/11/17
The Government used the Budget to confirm that it intends to publish a discussion document on Good Work - the Taylor review of modern working practices.
Autumn Budget 2017 (3): Mixed reaction to IR35 consultation
Susie Hughes [Political News] 16:16 22/11/17
The freelancing world had a mixed reaction to the Budget announcement of a consultation into extending the public sector IR35 measures to the private sector.
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