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Autumn Budget: News and views
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:23 29/10/18
The Chancellor will present the Autumn Budget to Parliament and the country today. It is widely speculated - and feared - that it will contain details of an IR35 clamp-down on contractors in the private sector.
BBC slammed for forcing workers into PSCs
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 15:55 25/10/18 | Comments: 1
A Parliamentary Committee has slammed the BBC for forcing workers into operating through personal service companies (PSCs) and has said that the Corporation should offer compensation to those now facing hefty tax or NI bills.
Making Tax Digital for VAT pilot open for business
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:26 22/10/18
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is inviting more than half a million businesses to try a pilot for a new online VAT service ahead of new rules coming into force in April 2019.
'YOLO’ workers: happy but unprepared for the future
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:43 17/10/18
Self-employed workers are mostly financially secure and happy in the present, but concerned about the future, according to a new report.
Inflation fall brings good news for self-employed
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:29 17/10/18
Fall in UK inflation will benefit self-employed, but Government policy on IR35 still a major concern
CEST test rejected by employment tribunal
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:21 16/10/18
An assessment by the controversial online status test, CEST, has been rejected by judge as the contractor is now seeking to reclaim 'unlawfully deducted tax'.
Press reports predict IR35 clampdown in Budget
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:17 12/10/18
Press reports are predicting that the Treasury is finalising plans to overhaul tax rules which allow self-employed people 'to avoid paying national insurance contributions'.
Top ITV presenter faces IR35 investigation
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 14:36 08/10/18
Reports emerged over the weekend that ITV presenter, Eamonn Holmes is in the middle of an IR35 investigation that could cost him up to £2 million.
Government plans clampdown on late payment
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:48 04/10/18
The Government is taking steps to clampdown on late payments, 'the scourge of the self-employed'.
Call to Government not to 'blunder into' IR35 tax reform
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:18 02/10/18
It was more about what he didn't say, than what he did. Chancellor Philip Hammond failed to mention IR35 or status reform in his speech to Conservative Party Conference, but there remain concerns that that will not be the case in the forth-coming Budget.

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