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Features

The rise of the precariat

The growing gig economy, is presenting world governments with a slew of issues. Neil Johnson investigates the ramifications of this new way of working

2 June 2017
News

Public sector loses top talent to IR35 changes

Contractors are quitting the public sector, with 76% of departments losing their top talent

4 September 2017
Technical

Fear, loathing and IR35

Reforms that put employment assessment in the hands of public sector bodies have made this controversial legislation even more of a hot topic

27 July 2017
News

BBC stars face tax hike

The broadcaster has reportedly told its stars they will now be subject to the 45% tax rate

4 September 2017
News

Budget: what accountancy firms want

UK accountancy firms are not predicting anything major in terms of new tax measures to be announced

2 days ago
Opinion

Benefits figures that don’t add up

Cathy Newman examines employment and benefits figures that don’t add up

4 February 2013
News

NIC refunds on car allowances?

Employers could be due an NIC refund on business mileage following the Court of Appeal judgment in Total People

9 November 2012
Opinion

Taylor Review more radical than expected on tax reform

The report into modern working practices proposes wide-ranging changes. Graham Farquhar examines the key points

11 July 2017
News

Hammond's NICs U-turn elicits mixed reactions

Chancellor faces backlash after reversing decision to increase National Insurance contributions for self-employed workers

15 March 2017
Technical

Iris launches OpenSpace

Iris has launched a free file sharing service designed to make collaboration easier between accountants and clients

6 September 2012

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