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Concerns about false rumours of change to IR35 public sector rules
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:02 24/02/17 | Comments: 2
Confusion and misinformation is causing concern among the contractor community as they prepare to work within the new rules governing contractors in the public sector which come into force in April.
Report calls for reduction in tax incentive for self-employed
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:46 22/02/17
The recent rise in self-employment is being led by workers in relatively ‘privileged’ high-skilled, higher-paying sectors such as advertising and banking.
Do Shout99 readers have an opinion on Brexit?
Elwyn [Letters from Freelancers] 13:18 20/02/17 | Comments: 6
The Referendum Results, the crashing value of the Pound (and with it freelancer's State Pension), the Legal Challenge and now Article 50. - We are going through the most important event of a generation; but do freelancers have an opinion on how this will effect their future.
Recruitment sector calls for joined up thinking
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:59 17/02/17
The contractor sector must speak with one voice to achieve positive results, - was the key message to emerge from a recent conference from the Association of Recruitment Consultancies (ARC).
Innocent small businesses may suffer from crackdown on VAT abuse
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 14:00 16/02/17
A professional tax body has expressed its concern that HMRC’s new measure to crackdown on abuse of a VAT simplification scheme may be ineffective and have unwelcome consequences for tax compliant small businesses.
Most contractors will ‘never go employed’ despite public sector uncertainty.
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 10:29 13/02/17
Despite incoming IR35 changes to the public sector raising fears over the future of contracting, more than half of contractors will never return to employment or go employed.
German legislation changes raise workload for agencies
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:25 08/02/17
Legislative changes in the German taxation and employment market should result in more transparent discussions between agencies and clients.
Public service contract Accommodation expenses
davidpotts [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 12:11 08/02/17 | Comments: 1
I am thinking about taking a new contract that is about 200 miles from home for a public agency. Normally I would expect to be able to write the cost of staying in a hotel, getting an evening meal off, cost of getting there etc against tax since its impossible to commute that sort of distance of a daily basis. Is this sort of thing going to be allowed under the new IR35 rules assuming that the contract is caught ?
IFS report says self-employed 'have unfair tax advantage'
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:42 03/02/17
A report from The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has suggested that the self-employed benefit from an unfair tax advantage over their counterparts in employment.
Growth in hiring despite uncertain outlook
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:19 31/01/17
New survey data from agency group, APSCo, reveals that both permanent and temporary placements have risen year-on-year.

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