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False Self Employment: Page 1

Employment intermediaries reporting catches limited company contractors, says HMRC
Employment intermediaries legislation reporting requirements includes personal service companies, shows new draft legislation and guidance from HMRC.

False Self-Employment legislation - explained
Most contractors should remain outside of the False Self-Employment legislation, which is mainly targeting self-employed sole traders.

Contractors face new False Self-Employment legislation from April 2014, confirms HMRC
Contractors to be subject to False Self-Employment rules from April 2014 and a Targeted Anti Avoidance Scheme will tackle mass incorporation.

Contractor and recruiter bodies in final attempt to delay false self-employment rules
PCG and the REC have joined forces to write to the Chancellor in a last ditch attempt to delay proposed false self-employment legislation.

Contractors excluded from proposed False Self-Employment rules by technicality
Limited company and umbrella contractors are excluded from proposed False Self-Employment legislation through a tax technicality, explains Lawspeed.

HMRC places limited company contractors outside new False Self-Employment Legislation
Limited company contractors are not within the scope of the new False Self-Employment legislation proposals, shows Lawspeed its latest seminar.

“Dangerous” false self-employment proposals: PCG seeks clarity for contractors
PCG is “very concerned” about proposed false self-employment legislation, and is seeking clarity from HMRC, says PCG’s Andy Chamberlain.

Contractor livelihoods threatened by new ‘false employment’ test
Contractor livelihoods are threatened by proposed ‘false employment’ test, forcing all contractors to pay PAYE tax and NICs, warns Egos’ Roger Sinclair.

New HMRC measures against false-self-employment won’t target genuine contractors
Contractors won’t be deliberately targeted by HMRC’s measures against false self-employment announced in the Autumn Statement, say PCG & Parasol.