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Contractor representation group says all training costs should be claimable as business expenses

by Alan Little

19 March 2014, Comments 0

Most jobbing Umbrella Company Employees frequently face the issue of keeping their professional skills toolkit up to date with new training, even though the […]

Review of off-payroll arrangements shows 94% compliance with new rules for government contractors

by Alan Little

18 March 2014, Comments 0

The vast majority of independent professionals contracting in government departments are supplying satisfactory assurances that their tax affairs are in order, according to the […]

PCG and REC unite to warn chancellor that planned false self-employment changes will damage freelance contracting

by Alan Little

14 March 2014, Comments 0

Two major trade bodies representing 3,500 recruitment firms and 22,000 freelance contractors between them have issued a joint letter to the chancellor, George Osborne, […]

Why IT contractors may need to study human physiology for a new generation of jobs

by Alan Little

13 March 2014, Comments 0

Techies contracting as Umbrella Company Employees may decide to concentrate on acquiring knowledge and experience in wearable technology in the light of a new […]

Will withdrawal of overdraft facilities for SMEs affect the professional contractor community?

by Alan Little

12 March 2014, Comments 0

The humble overdraft, seen by many SMEs as the lifeblood for their survival, is being progressively withdrawn by a majority of banks, a report […]