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Freelancers struggle with late payments
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 08:30 28/02/22
The average UK freelancer is waiting for £2,098 in outstanding invoices at any given time during the month, according to a recent survey by payment facilitator WondaPay.
Early signs of recovery in recruitment confidence as Omicron recedes
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 08:10 25/02/22
As the Omicron wave receded in January, business confidence levels started to show signs of recovery, with demand for temporary workers remaining high, according to agency group, REC.
Lord Frost is a Useful Friend
richard-s [Letters from Freelancers] 11:15 23/02/22
According to his article in Daily Telegraph, (19/2/22) Lord David Frost (of Brexit fame) proposes scrapping the new IR35 rules. We need to cherish friends like him.
Almost 100,000 tax payers spread the cost of their tax bill
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:23 23/02/22
Almost 100,000 Self Assessment customers have used online payment plans to spread the cost of their tax bill into manageable monthly instalments since April 2021, according to figures released by HMRC.
TV presenter Adrian Chiles, wins IR35 tax battle with HMRC
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:22 18/02/22
HMRC claimed the former One Show and Match of the Day 2 presenter was not a freelancer when he worked for BBC, ITV and other parties between 2012 and 2017, arguing he should have paid more tax as an employee as he was 'inside' IR35.
IR35 rules lead to an increased use of umbrella companies
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 08:30 15/02/22 | Comments: 1
The Economic Affairs’ Finance Bill Sub-Committee has written to the Government, listing the Sub-Committee’s main findings and conclusions on off-payroll working (IR35), after holding follow-up evidence sessions in December 2021.
Call for delay to the planned tax and NI hike
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:47 14/02/22
Self-employment group, IPSE, has called on the Government to delay the planned increase to National Insurance and dividend tax following the energy crisis.
Public bodies not given enough time for IR35 reforms
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:45 11/02/22
HMRC had key lessons to learn from the initial roll-out of IR35 tax reforms in the public sector, but faces new and challenging risks in implementing the regime more widely, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).
Government’s study into off-payroll reform
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:11 09/02/22 | Comments: 1
The Government has published a report commissioned by HMRC into the long-term effects of off-payroll working reform in the public sector.
Victory for workers rights in Pimlico Plumbers in Supreme Court
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:59 04/02/22
One of the longest running, workers rights sagas, Pimlico Plumbers, has had another twist in the Supreme Court, as appeal judges ruled that the London plumber at the centre of the case is entitled to back-dated holiday pay.

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