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Government focuses on 'abusive' tax arrangements
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:39 06/12/16
The Government has announced that proposals to penalise ‘enablers’ of tax avoidance schemes will be focused on abusive arrangements that 'no one could mistake for a reasonable commercial arrangement'.
Change and transformation bring rich pickings for City contractors
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:37 02/12/16
Despite widespread speculation about a negative impact on City jobs following the decision to leave the EU, specialist contractors in the change and transformation arena have never had it so good according to recent market analysis.
Review of gig economy and modern employment models
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:04 30/11/16
The Taylor review on modern employment practices, including new business models and self-employment, launches with a regional tour to discuss the UK’s labour market.
Demand for contractors in financial services plummets
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:25 29/11/16
Temporary vacancies in the financial service sector rose by just one per cent in October 2016, marking an end to a boom in demand for contractors witnessed in recent months.
Self-employed face worst of both worlds
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:15 22/11/16 | Comments: 3
New think tank research finds that many self-employed workers get a worse deal at work than traditional employees – but may also be failing to enjoy the traditional benefits of self-employment, such as greater autonomy.
Call to Chancellor to stop 'merciless targeting' of self-employed
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:11 21/11/16
A national accountancy firm is calling for new Chancellor Phillip Hammond to make sweeping tax changes and bring an end to what it describes as 'the merciless targeting' of the UK’s army of five million self-employed people when he delivers his first Autumn Statement (November 23 2016).
Contractor exodus would add to Government's Brexit staffing crisis
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:19 17/11/16
The public sector could face an exodus of more than half of its contractors if the controversial changes to the IR35 small business tax come into place.
Retirement savings a distant dream for many freelancers
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:16 16/11/16
A freelancer group has called on the Government work with NEST, its auto-enrolment provider, to create a more flexible pension solution for the self-employed, as it claims many freelancers are struggling to find ways to save for their retirement.
OTS’ proposals would simplify and modernise NICs system
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:13 15/11/16
The Office of Tax Simplification’s has called to bring National Insurance contributions (NICs) and income tax closer together but has suggested the Government may need to give financial support to some taxpayers in the transition.
Majority of contractors feel unfairly targeted
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:41 10/11/16
Contractors are feeling under fire from the Government according to research.
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