Since composite companies were abolished have you gained more clients and do more clients comply with IR35.At the time of composite companies teachers and nurses thought they did not have to compy
As the countdown continues until the legislation goes live in Blighty, Jon Wilcox takes a look over what the implementation of the AWR means.
In their successful case against Autoclenz, car valets won convinced the Supreme Court they were not self-employed and helped set a new precedent that working practices could trump contract ter
First Tier Tribunal judge Edward Sadler disagreed with HMRC’s assessment of an IT contractor’s employment status and upheld his appeal in the Primary Path v HMRC case (TC 01306) last month.
Does the appointment of a second, minority shareholding, director circumvent the IR35 problem? Is this a recognised way of getting round it?
a new client has a practicing certificate from the law society but works mainly for one solicitor - should be subject to IR35 or as he holds his own certificate can he hold himself out as practicng
In July’s TAXtv episode Giles Mooney and Tim Good from examine the implications of the contracto
I'm sure that many of you are taking on more OMB Limited Company contractor clients. I'm seeing more blue chip companies, and even banks, "employing" full time people via this route.
The introduction of Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) in October will have significance beyond just employment law with wider implications for businesses.
where can i find the recent tax tribunal case of ECR consulting v HMRC.