Author: Carl Henning

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Top things to consider when accepting a new contract

Top things to consider when accepting a new contract

We are often asked what are the key things to look out for in a new contract? Whilst nothing beats getting a legal review (I am a solicitor after... Read more

Autumn Budget Predictions

Will IR35 affect the private sector?

With the recent changes to IR35 in the public sector taking hold, thoughts often turn to whether the same changes will take hold in the private... Read more

IR35 Reform

HMRC made available the draft legislation regarding how changes to IR35 will be applied to public sector engagements in December 2016 following the... Read more

HMRC logo regarding new IR35 online tool

IR35 – 10 indicators to show you’re not a disguised employee

As a Limited Company Contractor IR35 is an important consideration for you as it sets out the law relating to tax treatment of your income and also... Read more

Changes likely to impact Contractors post April 2016

The Autumn Statement announced on 25 November, and the publication of the draft Finance Bill 2016 on 9 December 2015, have provided us with a clearer... Read more

Societas Unius Personae (SUP) – IT’S ALL ABOUT sME!

What could be the dullest way to start a blog? How about a little Latin “Societas Unius Personae”? Or maybe mention Europe - “7 years after its... Read more

Required Assurance – is it working?

This week saw the first report from HM Treasury as to the effectiveness of the Required Assurance requirements which came into force in 2012. In... Read more

Is there a link between dividend levels and exposure to IR35 investigation?

Jason Piper, of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants thinks so, and recently told the House of Lords’ Personal Service Companies... Read more

Auto Enrolment – How an Umbrella Company’s approach can impact you

As I’m sure you have seen in the media, new laws came into effect from October 2012 requiring all UK employers to automatically enroll their... Read more

Who counts as an ‘office holder’?

HMRC guidance states that an ‘office’ is created where: The position exists outside of the identity of the incumbent person (i.e. the person... Read more