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HMRC warns on tax refund scam
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:42 09/05/18
HMRC is calling on people to stay vigilant in the fight against fraudsters, who are using email and text messages to scam them out of their savings.
More problems for public sector IR35 tests
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:57 01/05/18
More than half of assessments carried out by HMRC’s Check Employment Status for Tax (CEST) tool obtained a 'IR35 does not apply' result. This indicates that thousands of contractors are being wrongly taxed due to unlawful blanket assessments made by public sector hirers who could now face costly legal challenges for unlawful deductions from their wages.
Legal challenges to IR35 public sector reforms seem inevitable
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 10:38 01/05/18
The controversy continues to rumble over the ill-fated public sector IR35 tests, as another survey shows flaws in the system with more than half those questioned revealing no IR35 compliance tests have been carried out.
Stable self-employment is key to strong labour market
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 15:06 23/04/18
Recent Government statistics show that the number of self-employed people in the UK has remained stable at roughly 4.8 million.
Updated guidance for umbrella workers
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:31 17/04/18
Guidance has been updated for workers operating through umbrella companies to help them understand the ramifications, and their pay and tax positions.
Daily charges to hit late tax form returners from May
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:57 16/04/18
Daily penalties of £10 will soon hit those yet to submit their 2016/17 Self-Assessment tax return form.
Fears of further IR35 reforms
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 15:19 11/04/18 | Comments: 1
Despite widespread criticism of the new IR35 public sector measures, the majority of contractors believe further IR35 reform is inevitable and unmanageable.
More concerns over accuracy of IR35 tool
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:32 04/04/18
The reliability of the Government's online IR35 assessment tool has been dealt another blow following reports that HMRC has acknowledged it has no evidence to demonstrate its accuracy.
Further to my GDPR question...
jamieford [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 11:29 04/04/18 | Comments: 1
We are really struggling with where to start; we are a two person LTD company in the business of Electronic Design Consultancy. We tend to work for one or two clients at once and are not in the business of collecting or sharing personal data.
BBC freelancer's £400,000 tax bill following IR35 investigation
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 17:48 28/03/18
The BBC has found itself making the news in the freelancer world recently.

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