Debates on tax, IR35, T&S and the impending zombie apocalypse.
We don't know what's going to happen on 25th November when the Autumn Statement is published but I think we're all agreed that our industry will be hit in some way - whether it will be a swift uppercut or a knock out punch we don't know :eyes Whatever happens I really think that our voice needs to...
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In The Register.
Even the comments are fairly balanced and resonable. I suspect some denizens of CUK may be posting there already.
Are you a Tory-voting IT contractor? Congrats! Osborne is hiking your taxes
See FCSA doubts 'bogus self-employment' claims :: Contractor UK
so hands up who knew there else as well as IPSE that claims to represent us.
And why do I think they have never seen CAB's actual report and have only commented on the press release...
Just catching up on the budget as thought it was about time i did so.
From my understanding as long as you fall under IR35 and work via your own limited company and not under the direction supervision and control of the client then the only changes this budget is really implementing is dividend...
Will the number of contracts that come on the market decrease (and PAYE FTC's increase) if clients are forced to determine IR35 status?
Did you discuss this one?
Dividend allowance to sit inside contractors' tax bands, says HMRC :: Contractor UK
bastward... and DA says Corby will stop the contractor gravy train!! Tories done that already.....
Not too happy with my agency arrangement tonight so got me thinking....
Many people here have commented on a separate thread that the current Govt review of IR35 may well lead to clients just saying basically "you're all inside IR35 from now on" rather than deal with the bother of sussing out...
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