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Civil servants who return as contractors face redundancy clawback
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 08:49 30/10/14 | Comments: 1
Highly paid public sector workers who take redundancy and then return to a similar position as a contractor or employee will need to repay their redundancy payments, according to proposals from the Government.
Contractor pay: 10 highest-paying assignments
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:49 29/10/14 | Comments: 5
Contractors and freelancers have been given an insight into the hottest skills in the UK market, thanks to a league table of the 10 highest-paying professional temporary roles.
Upfront tax avoidance demands top £250m
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:17 29/10/14
HM Revenue and Customs has sent notices to tax avoidance scheme users to pay over £250 million of disputed tax under the controversial Accelerated Payments regime introduced in this year’s Finance Act.
HMRC pay to informants rises to record high
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:10 28/10/14 | Comments: 2
Payments made by HMRC to informants providing information relating to suspected tax evasion have hit a record high in the last year.
Research launched to quantify economic value of umbrella sector
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:36 22/10/14 | Comments: 3
The Freelancer and Contractor Services Association (FCSA) is conducting a research programme that aims to establish the size and value of the professional umbrella employment sector and the number of flexible workforce employed through it.
Labour signals commitment to tackling late payment
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:16 21/10/14 | Comments: 4
The Labour Party has proposed what it described as a 'tough' new amendment on late payments in the Small Business Enterprise and Employment Bill.
HMRC tax yield from construction investigations hits record
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 16:40 20/10/14 | Comments: 3
The taxman's yield from investigations into the construction sector jumped by seven per cent to a record £131 million last year, up from £122 million the year before.
'Tax Gap' shows five times as much lost to fraud as to avoidance
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:14 17/10/14
The tax gap, which is the difference between the amount of tax due and the amount collected, was 6.8 per cent of tax liabilities, or £34 billion, in 2012-13.
Reminder on paper tax returns
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:03 17/10/14
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is warning people who have to complete a 2013/14 tax return that paper returns received after the October 31 deadline will result in a £100 penalty.
Foreign engineers coming to the UK rise as skills shortages deepen
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 09:05 16/10/14 | Comments: 17
The number of non-EU engineers coming to the UK to address acute skill shortages has jumped by 36 per cent over the past year, as the supply of specialised engineers fails to keep up with rising demand.
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