Have Your Say - Add Comment

Add your comment to this article:

"Contractorcalculator survey shows that we're not prepared!"

A survey by ContractorCalculator shows that far too few contractors are prepared to make the changes they need to make before managed service company legislation goes into effect on April 6.

 

Type your comment below, and click the “Add your comment” button to send it to us. Please note that all comments are moderated and approved before publication according to our comment rules.

Name: (required)

Town or City: (required)

Email: (required - will not be shown)

Your Comment:



Please enter the text above in this box:

Why Not Register?

Becoming a member is free and easy. Member benefits are:

  • Post your comments to discussions
    Share your valuable experience with us and other contractors.
  • Recommend other users comments
    Tell us and other readers which comments are particularly insightful.
  • Ask questions
    Pose questions to industry experts via our Contractor Doctor section.
  • Take part in surveys
    Take part and read the results of surveys.
  • Receive our monthly newsletter
    The latest news and information affecting UK contractors. See back issues.
     
  

Latest Site Updates

Contractor guide to HMRC’s IR35 contract review service Contractor guide to HMRC’s IR35 contract review service

Contractors can ask HMRC to review their contract, but this could increase the risk of an IR35 enquiry, particularly if the contract is borderline.

ContractorCalculator: Contracting news in brief – 12/Sept/2014 ContractorCalculator: Contracting news in brief – 12/Sept/2014

News this week covers: IPSE manifesto; contractor and interim demand; HMRC targets landlords; oil & gas prospects; German contracting; and RTI fines.

HMRC IR35 information and advice - a guide for contractors HMRC IR35 information and advice - a guide for contractors

Contractors can access IR35 information, guidance & advice online and by phone from HMRC, but it comes with a health warning as there are grey areas.

IR35 negotiations - use employment rights to gain client cooperation IR35 negotiations - use employment rights to gain client cooperation

Contractors can use the threat of claiming employment rights as a bargaining chip with clients following two key rulings, says Andy Vessey of Qdos.


  
  

Twitter

Follow Us On Twitter


  
     

  
  

Contractor solutions

Orange and Gold Accountancy Limited IR35 Test Clever Accounts Accountants Checklist Alliance Accountants Contractors Handbook
  
  

Contractor solutions

Parasol

The UK’s largest employment organisation - 0% risk, 100% compliance

InTouch Accounting

Perfect mix of technology & personal service for only £92 per month.

Need an accountant?

Comprehensive service for £59 per month. Call now for a FREE consultation.

Clever Accounts

Complete contractor accounting service. 24/7 online access. £69 pm!

Contractor Accountant

Free consultation, incorporation and IR35 reviews. Find out more…

Contractor Angels

More than just an Umbrella. Retain up to 90% of your earnings.

NA Bedouin Group D J Colom Accountants Parker Cavendish Contractor Financials NewsNow
  
Caprica Accountants Parker Cavendish Contractor Insurance Life Insurance

  

The UK's leading contractor site. Independently audited traffic (ABC) – 131,456 monthly unique visitors.