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Newsletter 437: The taxman gets tougher | IR35 updated guidance Recently Published
Newsletter Editor [ Shout99 Newsletter] 10:15 30/07/14
While the rest of the country is winding down for the summer holidays, it seems that HM Revenue and Customs is stepping up its activities by dusting down some of its existing powers and preparing to introduce some new - and controversial - ones.
Call to scrap plans for HMRC debt recovery powers
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:20 29/07/14
Small business representatives are urging the Government to scrap its plans to give new powers to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to recover outstanding debts directly from small business’s bank accounts.
HMRC gives settlement chance to contractor loan schemes
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:17 28/07/14
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is giving around 16,000 users of a 'contractor loans scheme' the opportunity to pay the tax they owe or risk facing bigger tax bills and heavy legal costs.
False self-employment: What is control?
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 09:48 25/07/14
A recent tax tribunal case has shed some light on how the control test in the new ‘false self-employment’ legislation, which applies from April 2014, may be interpreted by the courts. This legislation amended is known as ‘the agencies tax legislation’.
No rest for the self-employed and small businesses
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:01 24/07/14 | Comments: 4
As the schools holidays begin and signal the start of mass exodus to foreign climes, it appears that small business owners choose their holiday destinations and times with their minds still focused on their work responsibilities.
NHS row sparks IR35 concerns amongst contractors
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 15:32 23/07/14 | Comments: 1
An accountancy firm says it has experienced a flurry of requests for IR35 reviews from public-sector contractors in recent weeks and has attributed the sudden increase in demand to fresh controversy over the use of ‘off-payroll’ arrangements within the NHS.
HMRC increases use of winding up petitions to recoup tax debt
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 15:09 22/07/14 | Comments: 6
HM Revenue and Customs has filed 4,147 winding-up petitions in the courts in the last year in a hard-line bid to recover unpaid tax from businesses - an increase of 11 per cent on the previous year when it submitted 3,733.
Retained profit
exbrm [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 12:12 21/07/14 | Comments: 1
MyCo has been doing well over the last few years so it is accruing monies which I don't need to spend just yet. As I see it MyCo pays the CT on the profit but I don't take the dosh - why pay 40% income tax on it to put it in an ISA @1.8% interest? Are there any rules or limits on doing this?
Hunt to find best self-employed professionals
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:54 21/07/14
Shadow Business Minister, Ian Murray MP, has backed a nationwide search for the UK’s best self-employed professionals.
Self-employed buck trend for pay stagnation
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:04 18/07/14 | Comments: 2
Self-employed people should buck the trend for pay stagnation over the next 12 months as day rates for freelancers are expected to rise, according to data from the latest Freelance Confidence Index.

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