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IR35 causes “chaos and confusion”, says IPSE

Posted on in Contractor Legislation by Russell Jackson

IR35 causes “chaos and confusion”, says IPSE

The government has been urged to repeal the IR35 extension into the private sector, amid the decision from the recent legal proceedings of Susan Winchester...

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Contractor successfully claims unpaid holiday pay

Posted on in Contractor Legislation by Cara Henderson

Contractor successfully claims unpaid holiday pay

A contractor has won a case for more than £4,000 in unpaid holiday pay. Due to the change in off-payroll laws, the Check Employment...

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Self-employed 'worse off' under universal credit

Posted on in by Russell Jackson

The self-employed could be worse off under universal credit according to IPSE.

Self-employed workers will be up to £3,000 worse off every year when universal credit comes into effect, according to a group representing freelance...

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Reforms to "cost the self-employed thousands of pounds a year”

Posted on in Contractor Legislation by Russell Jackson

Reforms to cost “the self-employed thousands of pounds a year”

Unions, charities and businesses have joined forces to urge the government to rethink its welfare reforms. They have preempted that they will negatively...

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Half the workforce is predicted to be freelancing by 2020

Posted on in Sole Trader by David Allen

Half the workforce is predicted to be freelancing by 2020

Self-employed workers like freelancers and contractors are very entrenched in the UK job market and are here to stay. Some have predicted...

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