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Simon Banton [Conference Papers] 07:30 05/05/04 | Comments: 8
You may be aware of a new worm that's exploiting a vulnerability in certain Windows versions that spreads itself without needing the user to take any action (unlike an email virus).
"You've Got Viruses!"
Simon Banton [Conference Papers] 07:55 25/03/04 | Comments: 7
A short article outlining how to understand your email a little better.(Note for the more technical - don't think I'm overlooking the distinction between 'From' address and the 'Envelope Return Address' in what follows, I'm not. To keep things simpler, I'm using the term 'From' address throughout).
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Simon Banton [Conference Papers] 11:15 19/02/04 | Comments: 6
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IR35 decision changed
TreasureGuard [Conference Papers] 12:01 06/08/03 | Comments: 2
The Inland Revenue has notified TreasureGuard that it has reversed its IR35 ruling on an IT contractor working at HP/Compaq.
Uncertainty and Taxing Times - Australia
The Editor [Conference Papers] 11:03 11/07/03 | Comments: 1
A few recent Letters from Freelancers comment on the situation in Australia. Shout99 is grateful to Justine Noy from Melbourne-based, Chessell Williams Lawyers, for allowing us to reproduce her reseach paper 'Uncertainty and Taxing Times' (attached) which shows that it is not only the UK which has problems associated with uncertainty.
Seminar: Threats and Opportunities for Freelancers
Susie Hughes [Conference Papers] 18:03 26/03/03 | Comments: 4
Shout99 is holding two seminars for freelancers and their advisers to show how to avoid the threats which can cost small businesses thousands of pounds; and how to make the most of the opportunities to put your business ahead of the rest.
How to make effective use of Shout99
Simon Banton [Conference Papers] 18:16 17/03/03
Some hints and tips on how to get the best out of the Shout99 website, and what to do if it's all going horribly wrong.
Tax saving tips - pensions
Coulson Pritchard [Conference Papers] 11:13 06/03/03 | Comments: 9
Gordon Brown's tax-take is increasing every year and it's now more important than ever that you make full use of the few personal allowances that remain.
Copy of seminar paper: What future for freelancing in the UK
Andy White [Conference Papers] 10:00 04/03/03 | Comments: 2
Copy of seminar paper to be presented at the House of Commons on March 4th 2003 at 1000 Hrs
What Future for Freelancing in the UK?
Andy White [Conference Papers] 20:45 24/02/03 | Comments: 72
Freelancers are invited to contribute comments to this online bullet point summary. Comments will be incorporated into a paper that I will be presenting at the House of Commons on 4th March 2003. The seminar will be chaired by Mark Prisk MP and will be attended by representative bodies with an interest in this sector.
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