New ways of working, new tax?
Do modern business models and working practices demand new rules on employment law and tax?
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
Weekly tax update
Our look at the technical updates and notices in the tax world this week
Spring Budget: property
Rick Behan on what the announcements from the chancellor mean for the property market
Rise in insecure jobs costing Treasury £4bn a year
Growth in zero-hours contracts and low-paid self-employment has led to tax shortfall, TUC says
Employment rights boosted to help gig economy
Measures include entitlement to holiday and sick pay for those working in the gig economy
Hammond delivers business-friendly Budget
Easing of business rates, a delay in Making Tax Digital and changes to National Insurance featured
Next government to fight “fake” self-employment
Conservatives, Labour and Lib Dems agree that the gig economy needs reform during election debate
A teaser for the Autumn Budget
Not much to surprise in Hammond's last Spring Budget but a hint of things to come
HMRC to investigate claims that Hermes “coerced” staff
Allegations emerge that Hermes coerced staff into responding to tax inspectors in a certain manner
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