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Contractors beware! HMRC is starting to play nasty!
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 09:34 12/02/16 | Comments: 1
Contractors might have felt that they have been on the Chancellor's 'black list' for nearly two decades. While other tax payers can benefit from 'Budgets for Business' of 'Budgets for the Family' it seems contractors are often left out in the cold - or worse still, singled out for some particular measure or anomaly.
Public sector relying on private engineering contractors
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 14:44 09/02/16
The public sector is increasingly relying on the skills of engineering contractors over permanent employees, according to contractor specialists, giant group.
Lobby for Germany to change contractor rules
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 16:19 05/02/16
Agency group, APSCo, and the British Embassy in Germany have committed to lobby the German Government over changes to international contractor laws.
Call for strategic review of UK legislation for freelancers
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 16:12 03/02/16
A strategic review of the entire legislative framework relating to contractors is needed if the Government is to meet its long-term aim of a simplified tax regime, according to expert in freelance industry and its related legislation.
Freelancers report a confident end to 2015
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:50 01/02/16
A national survey has revealed freelancersí confidence in both their business performance and the UK economy increased to encouraging levels in the final quarter of 2015, following a record low in the previous quarter.
Missed tax deadline? Consider 'reasonable excuses' appeal
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:22 01/02/16
In an ideal world, everyone's tax return would have been submitted and paid by the Sunday, January 31 deadline.
Government defends quarterly tax reporting
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:52 28/01/16
The Government has been forced to defend its plans for the self employed and small businesses to file four tax returns a year rather than one as currently is expected.
Tax deadline on January 31
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 09:05 28/01/16
There are only a few days left to meet the filing deadline for Self Assessment tax returns.
Call for evidence on impact of removal of travel relief
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 16:25 26/01/16
Four leading representative groups have joined together to call on businesses to help them gather evidence on the impact that the removal of travel and subsistence tax relief for contractors and freelancers will have on UK plc.
Warning about move to quarterly tax reporting
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 08:23 21/01/16
Tax professionals have warned that compelling small businesses to submit tax information digitally will result in previously compliant individuals, who find themselves unable to satisfy their new obligations, becoming involuntarily non-compliant.
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