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Compliance Debate

As the compliance debate continues Crawford Temple gives his view on the BBC mini umbrella report and the recent debate on the Finance Bill.

Network of Compliance

The government has recently announced that it will be creating a single enforcement body to protect the rights of workers and clamp down on ill practice in the labour market. This will see the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority, the…

Contracting isn’t dead

IR35 expert, Qdos, has carried out extensive research into the initial impact of the introduction of IR35 reform in the private sector on 6th April. The exclusive insight, carried out among 1846 UK contractors affected by changes to IR35,…

Is Change Possible?

Despite passionate and well-presented speeches by David Davis MP and Iain Duncan-Smith MP recently to introduce amendments to the Finance Bill that would serve to clamp down on non-compliance and malpractice in the umbrella sector the…

Lineker in IR35 firing line

The latest and perhaps most high-profile IR35 case is currently being fought by Gary Lineker against HMRC claims that he owes £4.9million in unpaid tax. Dave Chaplin, CEO of ContractorCalculator described the move as a “misguided attempt”…

IR35: Worst possible timing

IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has said that the changes to IR35 self-employed taxation are undermining the sector at the “worst possible time”. IPSE research has shown that half (50 per cent) of…

After the Fact

PayStream, one of the leading providers of umbrella and accountancy services, has warned recruiters and clients not to forget about their ongoing responsibilities post April 2021. Legal director Julian Ball, has warned that failing to do so…

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