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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

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

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

FSB warns government over taxes for self-employed

Manifesto calls on all parties to commit "not to single out the self-employed for any tax rises" ahead of election

8 May 2017

Tax implications of the Uber ruling

Anita Monteith from ICAEW’s tax faculty says the tax at stake is “enormous”

4 November 2016

Spring Budget: property

Rick Behan on what the announcements from the chancellor mean for the property market

8 March 2017

IFS supports increase in National Insurance for self-employed

Paul Johnson says it is a "small step to correcting a big problem with the current tax system”

9 March 2017

PM won’t legislate on national insurance changes until autumn

Chancellor has come under fire for breaking manifesto pledge not to raise National Insurance, VAT and income tax for five years

10 March 2017

Hammond delivers business-friendly Budget

Easing of business rates, a delay in Making Tax Digital and changes to National Insurance featured

8 March 2017

Tax e-filing

What constitutes an excuse for missing online deadlines for tax returns?

24 January 2012

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