Eamonn Holmes loses IR35 tax case
Seen as a ‘rare win’ for HMRC, Eamonn Holmes’ case just highlights the needless complexity for the IR35 legislation, say experts.
IR35 amendment ‘little comfort’ for contracting sector, says IPSE
HMRC have announced that ‘the off-payroll working rules will only apply to payments made for services provided on or after 6 April 2020’.
Government set to strengthen security of internet-connected products
A new law is set to improve security standards of internet-connected household devices – great news for contractors working from home.
IR35 scaremongering could damage talent ecosystem
Kingsbridge: ‘IR35 Protect – when aligned with a fit and proper process, enables businesses to continue to engage with contractors with complete confidence, by protecting all parties in the recruitment supply chain’.
IPSE disappointed in government’s IR35 review
The IPSE believes that the government’s review into IR35 will not alleviate contractor’s fears about the changes to the legislation.
Lack of motivation preventing entrepreneur success
“Even if budding entrepreneurs passionately believe that their ideas for new business ventures have potential, many of them seem to give up while only a few act on their intentions and implement their ideas.”
IPSE welcomes loan charge review
IPSE: ‘From the start, the loan charge has been a catastrophe for thousands of hard-working contractors who were wrongly told these schemes were legitimate and legal’.
APSCo responds to Queen’s Speech
APSCo: ‘While it was confirmed that measures will be brought forward to encourage gig workers to request a “more predictable contract”, our members are keen to understand whether this right will be extended to non-permanent agency workers, who by their nature are flexible’.