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Helpline closure a ‘flashing indicator’ that HMRC can’t cope
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:28 16/06/23
The temporary closure of the helpline for self-assessment taxpayers is 'another flashing indicator that HMRC can’t cope with everything it is being tasked with' according to a leading professional tax body.
Report finds MTD over budget and with unrealistic time-scales
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:05 12/06/23
A report from the National Audit Office (NAO) has criticised HMRC's tax modernations plans, Making Tax Digital (MTD), for being over budget and trying to operate in unrealistic time-frames.
Qdos: How will HMRC manage 'double taxation' changes
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 09:45 31/05/23
The question of 'double taxation' has recently engaged the contrcting sector with hopes that the Goverment will act to remove the 'unfairness' of the duplicate payments.
Welcome growth in self-employed
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:00 23/05/23
Latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show more people are moving to self-employment as their preferred choice of work.
Renewed fears over self-employed pension crisis
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:56 18/05/23
New research suggesting that 45 per cent of freelancers are not saving into a pension has prompted renewed calls for political parties to tackle the issue in their manifestos ahead of the next election.
Cautious hiring favours contractors and temp workers
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:43 11/05/23
Ongoing uncertainty around the economic outlook and more cautious hiring policies resulted in an upward trend for employers to turn to the temporary worker and contractor market.
Double taxation of IR35 could end by 2024
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:05 05/05/23
The Government has suggested that if it was to end the ‘double-taxation’ of IR35, the intention is that these measures would come into effect in April 2024.
'Tax Day' tackles IR35 double taxation and umbrellas
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 10:56 28/04/23
The Government announced a package of technical tax policy proposals on 27 April 2023 that is aimed at supporting its ambition to simplify and modernise the tax system, tackle non-compliance, make the tax system fairer for taxpayers and to make the customs system work better for traders.
Agency group calls for improvements to IR35 rules
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:58 17/04/23
With IR35 in the news again, agency representative group, the Association of Professional Staffing Companies, (APSCo) has reiterated its calls for changes to off payroll rules (IR35), including the need to introduce an offset mechanism to ensure double taxation isn’t unfairly impacting staffing firms.
TV presenter Eamonn Holmes loses IR35 battle with tax man
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:46 05/04/23
The host of 'This Morning', Eamonn Holmes faces a reported £250,000 tax bill after the Upper Tribunal ruled he was caught by IR35.

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