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HMRC Receives Another Blow Regarding Its CEST Tool

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has experienced another blow as a tribunal judge has ruled against the IR35 determination of its Check and Employment Stats for Tax (CEST) tool. The judge has rejected the tool's assessment that had wrongly put a contractor professional...

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Plans of Early Roll Out of IR35 Reform Criticised

Contractor groups have opposed any plans by the Treasury for early rollout of IR35 reform in the private sector. The controversial IR35 extension to the public sector is expected to be announced in the next budget that is expected to take place on 29 October 2018....

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A Leaked Webinar Suggests HMRC Misled NHS on IR35

The HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) understanding of the laws relating to IR35 have been criticised by tax advisors and legal experts. They have expressed concern that the tax agency has misled the public regarding off-pay rule legislation.  The criticisms follow a...

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IPSE Urges the Government to Review Loan Charge

The Association of Independent Professional and the Self-Employed (IPSE) has raised concerns about the loan charge in a letter to the Chancellor. The organisation that represents independent professionals has urged the government to consider the effects of the...

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Tesco Workers Make Equal Pay Claims

More than 1,000 Tesco workers have joined forces to take action against the country's largest grocer in an equal pay war. Law firm Leigh Day has lodged 1,000 claims against Tesco, and estimates that the legal action could cost the supermarket as much as £4billion in...

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