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Concerns grow about HMRC’s laisse-faire approach to IR35 reform
Meg Hillier MP, who sits on the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), has grown concerned about a new worrying trend from
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Validation for Basic Broadcasting Ltd in longstanding IR35 case
One of the longest-running IR35 cases has finally drawn to a close and has ruled in favour of Adrian Chiles
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Spring Statement 2022
Exactly two years since the first lockdown was announced, the eyes of the public were firmly fixed on the Chancellor,
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And Finally – Humungous strawberry wins world record after almost a year on ice
Weighing in at a whopping 289g, Chahi Ariel’s mammoth fruit has been declared the world’s largest strawberry by the Guinness World
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Spring Statement 2022
Exactly two years since the first lockdown was announced, the eyes of the public were firmly fixed on the Chancellor,
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British oil and gas industry gets a boost with six new fields given the go-ahead
Contractors working in the oil and gas industry are celebrating the news that the Government is approving the creation of
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National Audit Office reveals poor state of public sector IR35 compliance
The National Audit Office (NAO) has recently published a new report which investigates the impact of IR35 on the public
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Five top tips for contractor businesses in 2022
As we look ahead, here are five things to help you grow your business this year: Diversify Those that succeeded
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The Child Benefit Charge – What you need to know
The High Income Child Benefit charge applies to a taxpayer who has income over £50,000 in a tax year where
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And finally – 3p bet nets Nottinghamshire grandfather £2,700
Luck can be fickle, but for 85-year-old Janus Wagonback, it is certainly on his side. The Nottinghamshire grandfather recently won
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