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Opinion

When will HMRC reflect on the reality of IR35 reform?

Thousands of individuals are still subject to incorrect IR35 decisions

26 June 2018
News

Treasury consults on IR35 rules for private sector

Government concerned that employment status tax avoidance is rife among private sector contractors

18 May 2018
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

Increase in zero-hours contracts

Despite controvery, business figures say the contracts encourage flexibility

2 September 2015
News

Employment rights boosted to help gig economy

Measures include entitlement to holiday and sick pay for those working in the gig economy

7 February 2018
News

BBC presenter reveals high cost of freelance contract

Kirsty Lang says her BBC contract compelled her to work throughout bereavement and cancer treatment

21 March 2018
News

Number of people relying on zero-hour contracts rises

While amount of contracts remains the same on last year, more are relying on such employment as their main job, ONS finds

12 May 2017
Technical

Weekly tax update

Technical updates and notices in the tax world over the last week

24 January 2014
Features

Flexible Balance

In today’s global economy, a country’s labour market can be a source of competitive advantage. But how flexible should a country strive to be?

31 October 2017
News

Pimlico Plumbers wins right to appeal employment case

Supreme Court to hear Pimlico Plumbers’ appeal against finding that self-employed plumber in fact employee

8 August 2017

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