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Contractor Taxation - The Way Forward: Page 1

Contractors may benefit from radical new approaches to PAYE
HMRC closed its initial discussion over the future of PAYE last week after proposing a radical & creative alternative UK income tax collection system.

David Drew: labour mps seek way forward for contractor taxation
In an interview with ContractorCalculator, Labour MP David Drew explains an Early Day motion to seek to change the ways in which contractors and small business are taxed.

Contractors need a definition of self-employment
For John Kell, policy director of the Professional Contractors Group, the definition of self-employment will resolve many contractor taxation issues. Part of our thought leadership series on the way forward.

Tory offensive is good for contractors
Whether you vote Labour or Tory, the Tory small business offensive can only bring much-needed attention to contractor issues.

Thought leadership for contractors: contractor taxation - the way forward
An introduction to our Thought Leadership section for the contracting industry - 'Contractor Taxation - The Way Forward' .

PCG calls for contractor tax simplification
The Professional Contractors Group has issued a call for reform of contractor taxation, with particular reference to the problem of self-employment status.

A new era for contractor taxation?
JSA chief executive Barry Roback believes that the new managed service company legislation, in its final form, may bring important clarification to contractor tax rules.

Contractors find support for lords' critique of contractor tax
After the House of Lords Economic Affairs issued a radical critique of how contractors are taxed, many have declared support for the search for alternatives.

Contractorcalculator exclusive interview: Anne Redston responds to house of lords critique
A director at the Association of Tax Technicians, who helped devise the last Finance Bill, responds to the critique by the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee, in particular the managed service company section.