CONTRACTORS FACING HUGE TAX BILL LAUNCH LEGAL ACTION AGAINST HMRC
Contractors facing huge tax bill launch legal action against HMRC alleging human rights breach
The government is facing legal action over its attempt to collect billions in back taxes from contractors it accuses of tax avoidance, with activists seeking a judicial review of the controversial new loan charge on the grounds that it breaks human rights law, the Independent can reveal.
Thousands of UK contractors, including doctors, dentists and IT workers, are at risk of bankruptcy after HMRC introduced stringent new retrospective rules around tax schemes used by freelancers in the past.
BREXIT: NEW RULES ARE HERE
New rules apply to things like travel and doing business within Europe. Doing business with Europe has changed. You need to follow new rules on exports, imports, tariffs, data and hiring. Watch t ...
NEW BUSINESS SECRETARY TELLS CONSTRUCTION TO KEEP GOING DURING LOCKDOWN ON FIRST DAY IN ROLE
Open letter to industry from Kwasi Kwarteng acknowledges risks firms face in latest lockdown New business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has written an open letter to the construction industry telling it ...
FEARS GROW OVER COVID CONTRACT DISPUTES AS ATTITUDES HARDEN
Construction leaders fear the industry could be heading for a big rise in contract disputes as signs emerge hardening attitudes against claims for financial loss. The Construction Leadership Coun ...
Act NOWFirms must get their houses in order well in advance of April 2021. If a company or client has failed to address the Off-payroll legislation thus far, an exploratory discussion into their compl ...
VAT DOMESTIC REVERSE CHARGE FOR CONSTRUCTION
What is the VAT domestic reverse charge for construction services? The VAT domestic reverse charge for building and construction services, to give it its full title, is a change in how VAT is han ...
NUMBER OF FIRMS REGISTERED AS VISA SPONSORS PEAKS AS EU IMMIGRATION HITS 15-YEAR LOW
The number of UK businesses registered as sponsors for Tier 2 work visas reached a record high in the last three months of 2019, with 28,734 companies on the Home Office register. This is the highest ...