HMRC is quick enough to take your money, so why do CIS rebates take so long?

HMRC quickly and efficiently takes Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) deductions from construction

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Onshore employment intermediaries: false self-employment

The title of this article relates to a subject matter that has

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Contractor prospects for 2013 across core contracting disciplines continue to improve

Prospects for the rest of 2013 for contractors across most core disciplines

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The case for limited company locum doctors

Locum doctors who are self-employed sole traders or employed by their recruitment

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Technology sector shows evidence of strong recovery

Yet further evidence of the improving macroeconomic position is provided by the

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Contractor clients have their ‘offshore intermediaries cake’ and eat it at the expense of recruiters

Contractor clients are the only members of the contracting supply chain that

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Contractors losing contracts due to inconsistent application of off-payroll rules

Contractors are being prematurely terminated and moving away from the public sector

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Financial sector bounce back could bring a surge in demand for IT contractors:

Contractors and freelancers in general can take cheer from the new Recruitment

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Proposed new HMRC rules on false self-employment continue to sow alarm in the contracting industry

The proposed changes to HMRC rules governing self-employment and de-facto employee status

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TUC's attack on the Agency Workers Regulations it helped create could badly affect non-incorporated contractors

Even though many IT contractors are ‘agency workers’, in the loosest definition

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