• Are employers having it both ways?

    Are employers having it both ways?

    In 2017, Susan Winchester was working on a contract at HMRC. When the IR35 changes came into the public sector, she was informed that the...

  • Tax-troubled presenters warn it’s not just them HMRC are after

    Tax-troubled presenters warn it’s not just them HMRC are after

    Liz Kershaw, the Reverend Richard Coles and other leading broadcast presenters have come out warning that after them, HMRC will be squeezing the rest of...

  • BBC presenters facing huge tax bill put on an ‘elegant’ zero hours contract, court told

    BBC presenters facing huge tax bill put on an ‘elegant’ zero hours contract, court told

    BBC presenters appealing against almost a million pounds in tax bills have claimed they were put on an “elegant form of zero hours contract,” a...

  • BBC evidence highlights dangers of shifting IR35 tax burden to client

    BBC evidence highlights dangers of shifting IR35 tax burden to client

    When veteran broadcaster and journalist Liz Kershaw received a letter in 2009 from the BBC, it contained a line that “the BBC will only engage...

  • Public sector rules creating uncertainty

    Public sector rules creating uncertainty

    Disguised employment is an issue that has long challenged government. 17 years ago, the solution adopted was the Intermediaries Legislation, commonly referred to as IR35....
  • Contractors should prepare for a spotlight on taxes

    Contractors should prepare for a spotlight on taxes

    As far as contractors are concerned, the big news from the 2016 Autumn Statement was confirmation from Government

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