Philip Hammond Launches Stunning Attack on Contractors

, 30 November 2016

Everybody thought the Autumn Statement from Chancellor Philip Hammond was going to be good for contractors. How wrong they were.

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Google to Pay Tax in Indonesia

, 24 November 2016

Negotiations have been going on for a few months now, but Google have decided to give in and pay tax to the Indonesian government.

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Dominic Chappell Arrested for Alleged Unpaid Tax

, 16 November 2016

You remember Dominic Chappell right...that guy who bought BHS from Philip Green for only a pound? Well, he's just been arrested.

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Small Businesses to be Offered Alternative Finance

, 10 November 2016

Every year there are thousands of small business owners that are turned down for loans, but a new scheme is looking to offer alternative finance.

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Three Jailed for 19 years in £6.9m Tax Fraud

, 01 November 2016

In the kind of of story that is becoming all too common, three businessmen have been sentenced to a total of 19 years jail time for tax fraud.

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£1.1m Tax Paid by eBay, They Made Over 1 Billion

, 26 October 2016

We all know that big companies are getting away with paying tax in the UK, but £1.1m in tax from eBay? Surely this is a joke.

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Sam Allardyce Criticises HMRC and Accountants

, 19 October 2016

We all know that Sam Allardyce was sacked as the England manager, but what many media outlets are not reporting is that he criticised the HMRC and accountants.

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Jeremy Corbyn Talks Self Employment

, 16 October 2016

While speaking at the recent Labour Party Conference, Jeremy Corbyn touched on a number of subjects regarding self employment.

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Over 100 BBC Presenters in Tax Avoidance Scandal

, 11 October 2016

Is it really surprising to learn that more than 100 BBC presenters are suspected of trying to con the tax man? Of course not.

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Higher Income Tax in Wales Should be Reduced Experts Say

, 01 October 2016

Research by experts at the Cardiff Business School has come to the conclusion taxing high earners is not the best way forward.

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Contractors Told – “Contact Your MP”

, 21 September 2016

If you work as a contractor in the public sector, then now is the time to contact your MP about the controversial IR35 proposals.

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Accountants to be Responsible for Tax Avoidance

, 14 September 2016

Tax avoidance is definitely a problem, mainly among the super rich who setup tax havens and offshore holdings that mean they pay little, if no tax at all.

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Contractors are Finding it Easier to get a Mortgage

, 06 September 2016

A new study has found that contractors and the self employed community at large are now starting to get accepted for mortgages a bit easier than in the past.

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Contractors to Leave the Public Sector Due to Tax Changes

, 30 August 2016

The IPSE have warned that key contractors will leave the public sector if the government continue with proposed tax changes this year.

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