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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.
Autumn Statement: The news for contractors - Brookson Legal
Susie Hughes [Political News] 11:04 27/11/23
The Government's stated intention is to focus on five areas: reducing debt; cutting tax and rewarding hard work; backing British business; building domestic and sustainable energy; and delivering world-class education.
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.
Sad passing of IR35 expert, Kate Cottrell
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:45 31/10/23
We are so sorry to hear of the recent passing of IR35 expert Kate Cottrell of Bauer & Cottrell. Kate was a well-respected expert in the IR35 field since the early days in the late 1990s and worked closely with many freelancer organisations, including as one of our 'Ask An Experts'.
HMRC updates its status 'CEST' tool
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:48 10/10/23
HMRC has given its much criticised online status assessment tool, CEST, an update with a low-key launch.
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.
Simple and often overlooked business expenses
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:27 08/09/23
There are some surprising business expenses that sole traders and self-employed tradespeople may be forgetting about or are simply unaware of, according to a firm of insurance experts.
HMRC takes more than three years to deal with basic enquiry
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:48 23/08/23
An accountant has labelled HMRC as ‘dead in the water’ - after receiving a response to an enquiry submitted in 2020 more than three years later.
Boost in self-employed numbers 'good news for business'
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:25 15/08/23
New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that the self-employed population has undergone four consecutive quarters of growth.
This is the first time that the self-employed population has grown year-on-year in four successive quarters since the onset of the pandemic.
Taxpayers in policy pilots must not be disadvantaged
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:51 07/08/23
Taxpayers who take part in small-scale pilots of new policies should not be disadvantaged compared to the general population, the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has urged.

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