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Tax body urges rethink on scrapping Office of Tax Simplification
The Editor [News on Business] 14:35 28/10/22
If the Government is serious about ‘embedding simplification’ in the UK’s tax policy-making process it should retain the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) and consider strengthening it, the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has told the Chancellor.
Agency group welcomes Prime Minister’s focus on skills and immigration
The Editor [News on Business] 13:48 27/10/22
Reports that the new Prime Minister plans to reform the education system and make the UK more attractive to highly skilled non-UK nationals have been welcomed by agency representative body, APSCo.
Short term relief from business as IR35 changes abandoned
The Editor [News on IR35] 13:30 21/10/22 | Comments: 1
While the contractor community tears its metaphorical hair out over the Government's U-turn which saw the proposed repeal of the controversial IR35 off-payroll regulations reversed, one international law firm can see a small silver lining in this particular cloud.
Joy short lived as plans to scrap IR35 reforms are scrapped
The Editor [News on IR35] 13:20 17/10/22
The Government has been slammed as 'spineless' after its multiple mini-Budget U-turns included the decision to repeal the IR35 reforms.
Red tape cut for thousands of growing businesses
The Editor [News on Business] 12:47 03/10/22
While the political fall-out from the controversial mini-Budget continues, a further measure has been announced which means that small businesses have just become bigger.
Good News on IR35: 2017 & 2021 Changes Scrapped
richard-s [Letters from Freelancers] 14:11 23/09/22
The Chancellor has announced some good news about IR35: "IR35 rules will be simplified, with 2017 and 2021 reforms repealed."
Mini-Budget: Scrapping reforms places burden back on contractors
The Editor [News on IR35] 14:06 23/09/22
The Mini-Budget announcement to scrap the controversial and unpopular off-payroll IR35 reforms of the past few years was seen by some as replacing one problem with another.
Mini-Budget: 'Watershed moment' as controversial IR35 reforms are scrapped
The Editor [News on IR35] 13:52 23/09/22
The so-called 'Mini-Budget' had more significant measures than many full-scale Budgets, including a commitment to scrap the controversial IR35 off-payroll reforms of recent years.
Freelancer confidence in the economy falls to its lowest levels since the pandemic
The Editor [News on Business] 13:23 20/09/22
New research shows that freelancers’ confidence in the UK economy for the next 12 months has fallen sharply from -27.4 in Q1 2022 to -56.7 this quarter. This represents the lowest level of freelancer confidence in the economy since the early days of the pandemic in Q1 2020.
Call on Government to invest to improve unacceptable HMRC service levels
The Editor [News on Business] 10:16 16/09/22
The President of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has called on the new UK Government to invest to improve HMRC’s 'unacceptable service' levels.

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