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UK Dental Professionals Being Targeted By HMRC

As per change in IR35 rules for freelancers in public sector in April 2017, HMRC is currently busy

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IR35: Summary of Responses to Off-Payroll Private Sector Consultation – June 2019

On 5th March 2019, HMRC launched its consultation on introducing the off-payroll working rules to

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The Proposed Changes in Private Sector IR35 Rules

Although long-pending, in the United Kingdom, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has warned businesses to

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Employment Intermediaries Reporting

If you have any requirements in intermediaries reporting then we can be of great help with the

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Pensions Act 2014

The United Kingdom government through its Pension Act has encouraged working people to make some

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The UK Criminal Finances Act 2017

What is Criminal Finances Act 2017 The UK government introduced the Criminal Finances Act 2017 to

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Agency Worker Regulations: Where Are We Now

It is observed since quite some time that agency workers are increasingly becoming popular in the

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Breaking News: Presenter Kaye Adams Wins IR35 Case Against HMRC

HMRC has faced another defeat after presenter Ms. Kaye Adams successfully appealed against a tax

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13 Ways The Innocent Contractor Can Avoid The IR35 Trap In 2019

Behave like a contractor in the business world – Make sure that you will not use a staff pass,

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Breaking News: Presenter Lorraine Kelly Wins IR35 Case Against HMRC

HMRC has faced another defeat after presenter Lorraine Kelly successfully appealed against a tax

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IR35: Latest Proposal To Launch New Off-Payroll Working Rules In The Private Sector From April 2020

Recently, on 5th March 2019, HMRC launched its latest consultation for the proposal to introduce

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The Winchester Case: An IR35 Lesson for HMRC if Friction is to be Avoided

There have been recent reports about a claim for more holiday pay raised by a contractor, Susan

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