The government's decision to repeal IR35 reforms has been hailed a victory for independent contractors.
The government has scrapped controversial reforms to the tax status of self-employed workers in a move aimed at freeing up time and money for businesses.
The treasury has today announced that reforms to IR35 will be abandoned from 6 April 2023.
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng is due to announce a mini emergency budget tomorrow
The contractor community is patiently awaiting the outcome of this Friday’s mini-Budget
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Crawford Temple, CEO and founder of Professional Passport, on solving the Holiday Pay challenge
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Crawford Temple outlines what a compliant umbrella firm should be providing.
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A Supreme Court judgment finally ruling Uber drivers to be ‘workers’ and not independent contractors is being seized on as a boon for limited company workers caught by IR35.
Human cloud ride sharing firm Uber has lost a landmark legal case today in the UK Supreme Court and must classify its drivers as workers rather than self-employed.
The UK’s Right To Work (RTW) requirements have changed post-Brexit, and contractors may face new requests from recruitment and umbrella companies to re-verify their ongoing entitlement to work, writes Crawford Temple, founder and CEO of Professional Passport.