Published on 02 November 2018
On the 29th October the 2018 UK budget was announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond. As anticipated, IR35 off-payroll rules introduced into the public sector in April 2017 will be extended into the private sector in April 2020.
Published on 29 October 2018
It is predicted that a huge upsurge in flexible and contract working could contribute a massive £148bn to the UK economy by 2030 according to research conducted into changing workplace trends.
Published on 13 September 2018
HMRC have stepped up their efforts to recover taxes it deems to be owed and have been unethically avoided via the new 2019 Loan Charge.This issue is pertinent due to the recent boom in non-compliant umbrella operators sucking in thousands of contractors into schemes affected by the loan charge.
Published on 04 September 2018
On the 23rd August 2018 HMRC finally released a long overdue spotlight guidance note focusing in on the dangers of engaging uncompliant umbrella company operators.The publication of this spotlight feature is highly significant as it clearly indicates that these dodgy operators and their customers are now firmly within the sights of HMRC.
Published on 02 July 2018
Private sector IR35 changes would have a detrimental effect on the disposable income of some Contractors. As widely discussed HMRC is in the process of consulting the plans to roll out IR35 off payroll legislation to the private sector in the not too distance future.