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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
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

Record £569.3bn tax yield for HMRC

HMRC’s tax take has made its biggest leap since the recession, increasing by £35.6bn in the last year

26 October 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
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
Opinion

Benefits figures that don’t add up

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

4 February 2013
Opinion

The Tax Expert in your pocket

A web app that instantly provides our business customers with all of the latest tax and regulatory figures relevant to company cars

15 June 2017
Technical

Could merging National Insurance with income tax have worked?

Peter Bartram takes a look at what might have happened if the alignment project had not been kicked into the long grass

6 January 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

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