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Simplification of procurement process and late pay action
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:11 27/02/15 | Comments: 1
The Government currently spends over a quarter of its procurement budget with small and medium-sized enterprises and has pledged reforms which will increase the spend.
Newsletter 448: Tax planning | Oil industry | HMRC | Intermediaries
Newsletter Editor [ Shout99 Newsletter] 10:15 25/02/15
Shout99 is a free news site especially tailored to meet the information requirements of freelancers and contractors. We update it regularly with news, features, debates, discussions and offers aimed at helping you run your business. Some of our recent news items are indicated below.
Is international tax planning for contractors illegal or immoral?
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:27 24/02/15 | Comments: 26
The differentiation between tax avoidance, tax evasion and the moral duty to pay tax for the betterment of society has been intentionally screwed by politicians and bureaucrats.
Tax break plans will boost oil industry
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 15:38 23/02/15 | Comments: 4
Oil and gas freelancers will benefit from a proposal for an investment allowance for North Sea explorers.
The march of the self-employed continues
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 16:10 19/02/15 | Comments: 1
Latest official figures show the continuation of the steady rise in self-employment across the country.
Direct contract, document requirments
davidpotts [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 15:17 19/02/15 | Comments: 2
I have just been offered a direct contract. Do I have to supply the company that is providing the contract with any documents?

Freelancer's case highlighted as HMRC 'pick on' microbusinesses
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:45 18/02/15 | Comments: 10
In the wake of the revelations of alleged tax evasion related to a HSBC Swiss private bank, BBC's Today programme has taken a closer look at whether there is one rule for the rich and one for the poor by highlighting a freelancer's famous struggle with the tax man.
Free WiFi..coming to a train near you
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:23 17/02/15 | Comments: 6
The nature of the business model means that freelancers are likely to spend a fair bit of time on the move, so they will be welcoming the Prime Minister's recent announcement to bring Wi-Fi to the train network from 2017.
Extracting profits when shareholders make unequal contribution to profits
Laura764 [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 13:05 17/02/15 | Comments: 1
I'm one of 3 shareholders in a company providing services. Me and one other shareholder are more qualified and work FULL TIME. The other less qualified shareholder works part time.
Construction grows while skill shortages hit home
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 15:08 16/02/15 | Comments: 8
Opportunities for contractors in construction and other associated industries have risen steeply over the past twelve months according to an industry specialist.

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