Contractor UK

 

22nd July 2019 |

Jesse Norman handed 820 ‘devastating’ Loan Charge contractor case files
Minister deluged with personal testimony after saying he welcomes being corrected by evidence.

 

22nd July 2019 |

Contractors' Questions: What should contractors take from the Talksport IR35 case?
Six characteristics kept Kickabout Productions Ltd’s contract for services onside.

 

19th July 2019 |

Five IT contractor clients feature on late paying ‘blacklist’
BT, BAE, Centrica, Fujitsu and Prudential are removed for Prompt Payment Code flouting.

 

18th July 2019 |

Growing doubts engulf HMRC’s unscheduled CEST 'enhancement'
Not enshrining the tool hasn’t taken the heat out of how ‘useless’ version 2 is expected to be.

 

18th July 2019 |

Why HMRC’s client-led status disagreement process creates more issues than it solves
Come 2020, it looks as if a channel open for contractors to independently contest bad IR35 decisions will close.

 

17th July 2019 |

When offshore contractor tax ‘schemes’ put their UK variants in the shade
Overseas but in Europe specifically, the blurb of the bottom-feeders can be much more alluring.

 

17th July 2019 |

MPs downplay Treasury minister’s Loan Charge closed years ‘commitment’
Loan Charge APPG tells peers that Jesse Norman’s pledge doesn’t mean what it sounds like.

 

16th July 2019 |

New Status Determination Statements split contractors’ IR35 advisers
A help to PSCs? A trigger for more blanketing? Or just more complexity? Experts think it all.

 

16th July 2019 |

Make Apprenticeship Levy more ‘contractor-friendly’ post-2020, says REC
A great way to learn and find work excludes almost 1milllion agency contractors, government told.

 

15th July 2019 |

Contractors face IR35 limbo as Finance Bill lets ‘small’ clients stay silent
No duty on engagers to notify exempt status means PSC won’t know if IR35 is in play or not.