Our website uses cookies to store information on your computer. You may delete and block all cookies from this site, but parts of the site will not work as a result. Find out more about how we use cookies.
(Accept cookies and do not show this message again)
Shout99 - News matters for freelancers
Search Shout99 - News matters for freelancers
(Advanced Search)
   Join Shout99  About Shout99   Sitemap   Contact Shout99 13th Jun 2024
Forgot your password?
Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660
New Users Click Here
Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660
Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660
Front Page
  Income shifting/S660
  Shout99 calls
Freelancers' Shop...
Ask an Expert...
Direct Contracts
Press Links
Question Time
The Clubhouse
Conference Hall...
News from Partners


Business Links

Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660

Freelancers' Shop

Personal Financial Services
from ContractorFinancials




Income protection

... and more special offers for Shout99 readers in the Freelancers' Shop

Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660
Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660

News for the
Construction Industry

Hardhatter.com - News for small businesses in the construction industry

Powered by
Powered by Novacaster

News on Business
RSS Feed Available
You can make sure you don't miss any news by subscribing to this section. We'll then send you an email alert that a new article has been published on Shout99. Log in or register and click on the 'Change subscription' button below.

Search this Section:
Advantages of early tax filings
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:44 08/05/24
Almost 300,000 Self Assessment customers filed their tax return in the first week of the new tax year, almost 10 months ahead of the deadline, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has revealed.
Umbrella market regulation on the agenda
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:13 18/04/24
Following the recent Spring Budget, the Government announced it will provide updates on and publish the details of further tax measures during 'Tax Administration and Maintenance Day', which is today (April 18, 2024).
Permanent cuts to HMRC helplines are 'misguided'
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:27 02/04/24
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has received strong criticism for its announcement of big, permanent cuts to its taxpayer telephone helplines.
TUC and REC call for rethink on 'ill-judged' strike proposals
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 16:37 14/02/24
Representatives of both the agency sector and the trade unions have urged the Government to abandon rehashed plan to allow agency staff to replace employees who are on strike.
Tax allowance - use it or lose it.
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:47 01/02/24
Small businesses and other tax payers are being advised to use up available tax allowances before the new financial year in April or risk losing out.
More than one milion 'over 50s' work for themselves
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 15:07 23/01/24
Tens of thousands more over 50s are now running their own businesses despite an overall decline in self-employment since 2020, new analysis of workforce statistics shows.
Nearly 45,000 tax payers set up payment plan
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:52 17/01/24
As the deadline to submit Self Assessment tax returns looms, nearly 44,800 people have sorted their tax bills totalling almost 148 million, by setting up a payment plan.
HMRC limiting telephone support in the run up to Self-Assessment deadline
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:57 07/12/23
Calls to the Self-Assessment helpline i the weeks leading up to the January 31, 2024 deadline will be assessed for complexity before taxpayers and agents can get help, according to an HMRC announcement.
Proposed tax change on flu jabs welcomed
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:07 13/11/23
Around 20 million Brits receive the jab each year, with many employers choosing to cover the cost for their employees. Contractors can also benefit from this provision through their own company, but need to take care how the payment is made for the 'jab' to avoid a tax hit.
HMRC should maintain responsibility for tax debt
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:41 18/09/23
Recruitment body, the REC, is calling on the Government to stay focussed on regulating umbrellas and scrap, what it describes as 'their grossly unfair proposal to pass the buck of umbrella tax debt to employment businesses.
Next 10 >

Copyright 1999-2018, Shout99.com | All Rights Reserved
Privacy Notice and Terms of Use