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Budget 2017: Key Outputs

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has today presented his first and last Spring Budget. With this being the last Budget to take place... Read more

Spring Budget 2017- What can we expect?

Philip Hammond’s first Budget will be delivered on March 8th 2017 and will be the last Spring budget to be delivered by the Government after it was... 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

Contractor

Moving Into Contracting For The First Time

Contracting is proving to be particularly popular in a host of industries, with professionals able to take advantage of the amazing flexibility and... Read more

Self-Assessment 2017 – What are the lessons learned?

As we approach the new tax year on April 6th, it is vital that self-employed professionals are well aware when submitting their Self-Assessment tax... Read more

Tips on finding contract roles outside of the police

Working as a police officer is a challenging and rewarding career, though people wanting a change can find it difficult to settle in a new... Read more

HS2 looks to introduce more contracting jobs

The government has outlined its planned route for Phase Two of the High Speed 2 (HS2) railway network. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling wants... Read more

62% rise in number of locum doctors in hospitals in five years

The use of locum doctors in hospitals has increased by 62% over the last six years as hospitals struggle with staffing shortages and doctors... Read more

Autumn Statement 2016

Autumn Statement Key Outputs The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has today presented his first Autumn Statement to Parliament. The... Read more

Autumn Statement 2016: Contractors’ Wishlist

With only a week to go until Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement we wait with bated breath to see what the new chancellor will announce on... Read more