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OTS boss aims for a 'simpler tax system'
Susie Hughes [Press] 14:09 29/10/12 | Comments: 9
The boss of the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has admitted that he doesn't believe there will ever be a 'completely simple tax system' but that doesn't stop him aiming for a 'simpler tax system'.
Chancellor looks to close one-man-band 'loophole'
Susie Hughes [Press] 12:57 22/02/12 | Comments: 28
Chancellor George Osborne is looking at 'closing a loophole that allows senior public officials to avoid thousands of pounds in tax by being paid through one-man companies' according to a national newspaper.
Prime Minister looks to dilute EU agency laws
Susie Hughes [Press] 10:13 06/09/11 | Comments: 18
The Prime Minister could move to dilute the provisions of the Agency Workers Directive, according to a report in a national newspaper.
Tories rethink small business tax
Susie Hughes [Press] 13:21 08/02/10 | Comments: 20
The Conservatives see reforming the tax system for the self-employed as a vote winner and are planning to reform the tax system so that it no longer assumes the self-employed are 'on the fiddle', according to a national newspaper.
Catch22 on security clearance for freelancers
Susie Hughes [Press] 05:26 18/04/09 | Comments: 34
Security clearance as a prerequisite is proving a discriminatory obstacle for freelancers seeking work in the public sector, according to an article in the Times.
Tax problems ahead for self employed
The Editor [Press] 10:21 23/12/08 | Comments: 35
The self-employed face a New Year tax crunch that could cost them dear, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
Visual CVs could risk discrimination
Susie Hughes [Press] 08:36 26/08/08 | Comments: 5
The trend towards sending visual CVs could lead to discrimination issues, a Birmingham lawyer has warned.
Company sellers face 'Catch 22' situation
Susie Hughes [Press] 10:22 05/08/08 | Comments: 1
A legal loophole used by hundreds of entrepreneurs to avoid paying a higher capital gains tax rate this year is set to be hit by the economic downturn.
Revenue - "They hate you"
Susie Hughes [Press] 09:52 26/11/07 | Comments: 14
Times columnist, Libby Purves, launches an attack on the Revenue's attitude towards and treatment of tax payers, particularly the self employed and small businesses.
Performance bonuses for the taxman
The Editor [Press] 11:26 04/01/07 | Comments: 5
Tax inspectors are being offered individual bonuses of up to 2,000 to track down more unpaid tax, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
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