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HMRC acts to alert on scam tax messages
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 15:14 25/01/18
HM Revenue and Customs has stopped thousands of taxpayers from receiving scam text messages, with 90 per cent of the most convincing texts now halted before they reach their phones.
Aliens and one-man plays feature in excuses for late tax returns
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:26 23/01/18
Every year, following the January 31 Self Assessment (SA) deadline, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) receives a number of imaginative and intriguing excuses for not completing tax returns on time.
Taxpayers urged to budget for extra tax payment
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:00 16/01/18
While the end of January 2018 deadline for submitting your 2016/17 tax return and paying your tax bill is well known, the experience of the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is that many newcomers to Self-Assessment fail to realise they may have to pay some money in advance towards their next tax bill on that day, too.
Call for Government to review IR35 in 2018
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 15:17 11/01/18
The Government must rethink its approach to IR35 and the impact it currently has on the UKs two million independent workers if it has any hopes of winning back the waning support of contractors in 2018, according to freelancer specialists Qdos Contractor.
Self-employed call to new Small Business Minister
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:34 10/01/18
Andrew Griffiths, MP for Burton and Uxbridge, has been appointed the new Small Business Minister in the recent Government reshuffle.
Scaling up is not a 2018 aim for most contractors
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:05 09/01/18
As many as seven in 10 freelancers and contractors intend to remain one man enterprises and not scale their business in 2018 and beyond.
Self-employment boost productivity growth
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:42 09/01/18
Freelancer group has claimed that increasing self-employment has contributed to the latest Government figures which show that productivity levels grew at the highest rate for six years.
Cheers - some festive fun...
Susie Hughes [The Clubhouse] 11:31 22/12/17 | Comments: 1
Here's our Shout99 Christmas Quiz with a 'Cheers' theme. All these are clues to things which can be found behind a bar......and not just drinks.
Merry TaXmas some Christmas-themed tax facts
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:23 22/12/17
If you are the kind of person that finds cracker jokes too exciting, the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has five fun Christmas-themed tax facts to keep friends and family entertained this Christmas:
Avoid a January hangover for tax self-assessment
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:49 18/12/17
As the UK prepares for Christmas and the New Year, freelancers and small business owners are reminded not to leave tax self-assessment too late in January.

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