So whatever happened to IR35? A question that we have had to ask at intervals ever since the enactment of that sorry piece of legislation, explains Simon Sweetman.
The official face of HMRC in recent years has attracted media attention for channelling her fees through a personal services company.
The Department of Health has apologised for misleading the opposition about paying senior figures via limited companies to help them avoid income tax.
Danny Alexander has ordered a review of the tax affairs of top civil servants after BBC Newsnight foun
A upper tier tribunal ruling has clarified the employment status of agency workers and confirmed the importance of substitution as a sign that personal services are not being supplied.
During the deliberations of the OTS Small Business Advisory group earlier this year, quite a lot of time was taken up by IR35, reports Simon Sw
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