Author: Matthew Fryer

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IR35 in the public sector- the new world

Now we have both the final* tax and NIC legislation regarding IR35 in the public sector I can now start to see what the new regime will look like... Read more

Self-Assessment 2017 – What are the lessons learned?

As we approach the new tax year on April 6th, it is vital that self-employed professionals are well aware when submitting their Self-Assessment tax... Read more

Potential changes to IR35 in the Public Sector

As you may be aware from our Budget summary (16th March 2016) the Government are consulting on reforming the IR35 legislation to improve its... Read more

Childcare options for all

If asked to name their life goals, a lot of people would put down 'running my own business' or 'starting a family'. But what about those who want... Read more

IR35 in the public sector – April 2017 changes afoot

Following HMRC’s “Discussion Document on 17 July 2015 and an initial “tease” of information on 16 March 2016 in the Government’s Budget... Read more

Travel and subsistence tax relief, what are the new changes?

Being self-employed means having increased control over the vast majority of your job, which is a very attractive prospect. However, the price of... Read more

Top 10 ways to reduce your Tax Liability

  With the end of the financial year fast approaching, now is typically the time when limited company contractors look to ensure they have... Read more

IR35 reform – are you involved in the discussion?

Subsequent to the announcement to review IR35 in the recent Summer Budget, HMRC published a discussion document on 17 July setting out a framework... Read more

Potential changes to tax and NI relief for travel and subsistence costs incurred by contractors

The 2015 Finance Bill which became law at the end of March 2015 includes new rules which determine the availability of tax relief for reimbursed... Read more

10 New Year Tax Planning tips for Limited Company contractors

Having just celebrated New Year contractors’ are reminded that another New Year is just around the corner. 6 April 2015 welcomes in the 2015/2016... Read more