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Good News on IR35: 2017 & 2021 Changes Scrapped
richard-s [Letters from Freelancers] 14:11 23/09/22
The Chancellor has announced some good news about IR35: "IR35 rules will be simplified, with 2017 and 2021 reforms repealed."
Abolition of IR35: Another Friend in the Lords?
richard-s [Letters from Freelancers] 10:27 31/07/22
Lord Forsyth of Drumlean, chairman of the Lords economic affairs committee 2017-22, opposes IR35. Is he another useful advocate for highly-skilled, flexible freelancers and their benefit to the UK economy?
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.
The 3000 coronavirus grant to small businesses
geolog [Letters from Freelancers] 13:15 17/03/20
Budget announcement:
There will be a 3,000 cash grant to 700,000 of our smallest businesses, delivered by Local Authorities, and worth a total of 2 billion.

So how do we claim this? Can we claim this?

Jimbo [Letters from Freelancers] 12:39 24/02/20 | Comments: 2
It won't go away, lets deal with it
New Chancellor
Jimbo [Letters from Freelancers] 11:16 19/02/20 | Comments: 1
We have a new Chancellor, do we have any sanity?
Client Has Requested That All Contractors Complete a Questionaire
anth [Letters from Freelancers] 10:25 14/08/19 | Comments: 1
My client has begun to undertake a compliance review for all their contractors in advance of the legislation changes that will come into force in force next year
Do Shout99 readers have an opinion on Brexit?
Elwyn [Letters from Freelancers] 13:18 20/02/17 | Comments: 6
The Referendum Results, the crashing value of the Pound (and with it freelancer's State Pension), the Legal Challenge and now Article 50. - We are going through the most important event of a generation; but do freelancers have an opinion on how this will effect their future.
CIPD Advice on IR35
Redvers [Letters from Freelancers] 13:01 26/10/16
I've just stumbled on a CIPD article raising concerns about IR35, titled "HMRC vows to crack down on use of freelance staff".
Pension Payment Allocations
Redvers [Letters from Freelancers] 13:56 05/07/16 | Comments: 4
My limited company has been making regular executive pension payments to a reputable pension provider for 27 years. For the first two years only 60% of the payment value was allocated to my plan. During the next 8 years, 100% of the payments were allocated. After the 10 year anniversary the payments are supposed to be allocated at a rate of 105% - making up for the heavy initial charges.

My question is: How can I obtain convincing confirmation that I am actually benefiting from the additional 5%, kindly donated by the pension provider?

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