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Brexit concerns dampen contractor confidence

by Alan Little

24 April 2018, Comments 0

Confidence in the British economy among the fastest growing segment of the country’s workforce – highly skilled contracting professionals – is bleeding away as […]


FCSA: HMRC is targeting unpaid tax on incentive payments

by Alan Little

19 April 2018, Comments 0

The Freelancer and Contractor Services Association (FCSA) has received information that HMRC is currently actively pursuing unpaid tax on incentive payments received by recruitment […]


Without strategic workforce planning, NHS agency staff remain ‘integral’

by Alan Little

17 April 2018, Comments 0

The heavy reliance by the NHS upon short-term agency staff could be solved with improved workforce planning, a specialist healthcare recruiter has claimed. Staffing […]


Should HMRC face Public Accounts Committee over CEST tool?

by Alan Little

12 April 2018, Comments 0

The leading tax advisory consultancy for contracting professionals, Qdos Contractor, has raised the prospect of the Public Accounts Committee conducting a formal inquiry into […]


Private sector IR35 will be a government “own goal”

by Alan Little

10 April 2018, Comments 0

An expert on professional contracting has warned that the imposition of rebooted IR35 rules on the private sector could threaten innovation and growth by […]


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