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BBC journalists 'bullied' into freelance roles
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:37 21/03/18 | Comments: 1
The BBC has come in for a torrent of criticism from many of its top presenters and journalists who claim the Corporation pressured them into operating through limited companies for tax purposes.
Contractors call for employment rights when working inside IR35
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:27 09/03/18
Changes to IR35 in the public sector and ongoing uncertainty regarding private sector rules has to independent workers calling for employment rights when working inside IR35.
Contractors reject HMRC's IR35 CEST test tool
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:11 06/03/18
The vast majority of contractors would be deterred from working with recruitment agencies and firms if they were planning to use HMRC's 'IR35 tool' to determine status.
Treasury claims IR35 doesn't affect 'genuine' small firms
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 09:31 02/03/18 | Comments: 1
The Government has reinforced its message that the 'contractor-tax', IR35, doesn't affect small business owners who are 'genuinely self-employed.
Call for Government to review IR35 in 2018
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 15:17 11/01/18
The Government must rethink its approach to IR35 and the impact it currently has on the UKs two million independent workers if it has any hopes of winning back the waning support of contractors in 2018, according to freelancer specialists Qdos Contractor.
Autumn Budget 2017 (3): Mixed reaction to IR35 consultation
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 16:19 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.
Autumn Budget 2017 (2): Consultation on IR35 changes in private sector
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 15:38 22/11/17
The Chancellor gave the clearest signal yet that the controversial changes to IR35 in the public sector will be heading for the private sector.
Call for IR35 clarity for private sector in Budget
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:59 01/11/17 | Comments: 1
The Chancellor has been asked to use the Budget to shed light on 'damaging speculation' that IR35 reform will be extended to the private sector.
Treasury speculates on extending new IR35 rules to private sector
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:09 30/10/17 | Comments: 1
Government sources have implied that the controversial public sector IR35 changes could be extended to the private sector.
Rerun of emotive arguments that contractors deprive public services
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:42 24/10/17 | Comments: 3
A senior HMRC official has said that contractors were wrongly classifying themselves as outside the tax regulations in 90 per cent of cases.
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