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Labour crack down on disguised self-employment
by davidpotts at 09:07 13/04/15 (Letters from Freelancers)
It seems that Labour has learn nothing.
From http://www.bbc.co.uk/news....

"Labour also want to prevent disguised self-employment and close loopholes used by hedge funds to avoid stamp duty.

Shadow chancellor Mr Balls said: "We will close loopholes the Tories won't act on, increase transparency, toughen penalties and abolish the non-dom rules. And our first budget will make sure that following an immediate review of HMRC, it has the powers and resources it needs to come down hard on tax avoidance and evasion.

"Working people who are paying more in tax want everyone to pay their fair share. And there shouldn't be one rule for a few and another rule for everybody else."

Does this mean we are in for IR35 MK 2 or this item is just general news speak?

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