• Contracting Sectors Open letter to Prime Minister Candidates
    Contracting Sectors Open letter to Prime Minister Candidates

    A total of 10 contractor organisations have come together to produce an open letter to the Prime Minister candidates Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt on behalf of the UK’s flexible workforce and flexible economy.

  • CEST updates and IR35 delays necessary
    CEST updates and IR35 delays necessary

    HMRC has been told that if the private sector is to have a good chance of adopting IR35 reform by April 2020, it is going to have to meet strict new deadlines.

  • Opposition to Private Sector IR35 Off-Payroll reform tabled in Parliament
    Opposition to Private Sector IR35 Off-Payroll reform tabled in Parliament

    An Early Day Motion (EDM) was tabled earlier this week, calling for the British Government to review plans for the Private Sector IR35 Off-Payroll reform proposed for April 2020. This is yet more evidence of the strong opposition to these potentially ill-conceived reforms.

  • Budget 2018 – what are the implications?
    Budget 2018 – what are the implications?

    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.

  • Boom in Flexible Working Predicated by 2030
    Boom in Flexible Working Predicated by 2030

    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.

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