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NEWSLETTER Issue 120: January 2017

Contractor Calculator Newsletter, Jan 2017: 8 reasons why 2017 will be a strong year for contracting

Dear Contractor

Welcome to the Jan 2017 edition of our Contractor Newsletter. There are many reasons to be positive as a contractor in 2017. The biggest topic this year is going to be tax reform. We have the worrying public sector reforms to IR35 in April, which experts say will be rolled out in the private sector perhaps the following year. And we have the Taylor report due in the Spring which looks at tax reform for the self-employed.

 
CONTRACTOR NEWS
8 important reasons why 2017 will be a strong year for contracting

8 important reasons why 2017 will be a strong year for contracting

Improving prospects and new ways of sourcing contracts are amongst several reasons why you can look forward to a buoyant year of contracting in 2017.

Contracting in 2017: tax reform needs much consideration, warns IPSE chief executive

Contracting in 2017: tax reform needs much consideration, warns IPSE chief executive

The Chancellor’s proposed tax system reform can’t afford to ignore the various research into self-employment, says IPSE chief executive Chris Bryce.

Dewhurst vs City Sprint: Bike courier wins employment status case

Dewhurst vs City Sprint: Bike courier wins employment status case

A courier has won a major employment status case against a logistics firm in a ruling that could have significant IR35 implications for contractors.

Public sector IR35 reforms are ‘a departure from reality’, warn experts

Public sector IR35 reforms are ‘a departure from reality’, warn experts

IR35 experts have slammed the public sector IR35 reforms as ‘hopelessly uneconomic’, with contractors amongst several parties set to bear the brunt.

Using the VAT flat rate scheme? You could pay £££ more from April 2017 - find out why

Using the VAT flat rate scheme? You could pay £££ more from April 2017 - find out why

Expert James Abbott explains steps to mitigate impact of changes to the VAT flat rate scheme from April 2017.

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FEATURES
Public sector contractors: 6 step plan to carry on working outside IR35 Public sector contractors: 6 step plan to carry on working outside IR35

Follow this 6 step action plan to keep you operating outside IR35 by mitigating the impact of the public sector reforms.

How public sector organisations need to prepare for the IR35 reforms – right now! How public sector organisations need to prepare for the IR35 reforms – right now!

Use our expert five step action plan to retain skilled resources, cut costs and keep compliant with the public sector IR35 reforms.

6 essential steps to get your contract outside IR35 and save tax 6 essential steps to get your contract outside IR35 and save tax

Follow these simple steps to ensure that your contract does not fall foul of the IR35 rules and save thousands of pounds in tax bills.

Using a right of substitution in contracts will help prove outside IR35 status Using a right of substitution in contracts will help prove outside IR35 status

A valid right of substitution clause in contracts is a great defence of your outside IR35 status

Company healthcare and gym membership benefits Company healthcare and gym membership benefits

You can pay for healthcare costs and gym expenses using your limited company although there will be a BIK charge - Find out more.

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