IR35 News

Revenue retain IR35 rule as 'ambiguous' tax law shows small sign of let-up for freelancers

Review of small business taxation set to exclude IR35 as freelancers and businesses unite in dismay.

Jul 2, 2004 | IR35 News

PCG Member settles with Revenue after four year IR35 battle

After more than four years, one of the first freelancers to face a challenge from Inland Revenue when IR35 was introduced has had his case settled.

May 28, 2004 | IR35 News

Another IR35 loss at the Commissioners

The Inland Revenue have won yet again in the IR35 case of Future On Line Ltd. The case was handled by JSA Accountants, and not for a change the PCG and Accountax.

Apr 30, 2004 | IR35 News

Full decision of IR35 defeat at the Commissioners

We reported last week that the PCG had lost its latest round of battles with the Revenue over IR35. The case of Usetech Ltd was heard at the Special Commissioners, who have now published their full decision.

Apr 6, 2004 | IR35 News

IR591 - 20 questions answered

Since the introduction of IR591 in the 2004 Budget, the Revenue have been inundated with questions. Here are 20 of the most popular, together with Revenue responses.

Mar 25, 2004 | IR35 News

IR591 details from the Budget

The Chancellor announced today the long awaited details of what has become known as IR591. The details are as follows...

Mar 17, 2004 | IR35 News

Taxman concedes another IR35 case for PCG member

The Inland Revenue has dropped its IR35 case against Steve Milsom, a member of the Professional Contractors Group.

Mar 17, 2004 | IR35 News

IR35 and S660 victory over Inland Revenue

A contractor targeted for both IR35 and Section 660 is celebrating a double win over the Revenue, thanks to his advisors Bauer & Cottrell.

Mar 3, 2004 | IR35 News

David & Goliath - Individual Takes on the Revenue and Wins!

An individual freelancer, representing himself against an Inland Revenue IR35 ruling, has successfully overturned the revenue ruling and is now seeking to recover the deemed PAYE and NIC from them.

Feb 26, 2004 | IR35 News

IR591 Rumbles on

Almost every institution that works with small businesses in the UK is urging the Government to make clear their plans to 'make sure the right amount of tax' is paid by owner managed businesses following the Chancellor’s pre-budget report.

Feb 19, 2004 | IR35 News

Small.biz faces Treasury tax terror

Thousands of family businesses will face "severe financial hardship" if the Chancellor adopts controversial proposals to amend existing small business tax regulations.

Feb 9, 2004 | IR35 News

More IR591 details starting to emerge

The Government is now considering the definition of 'owner-managed' companies as part of IR591.

Jan 22, 2004 | IR35 News

IR35 to be abolished in April and replaced by IR591

CUK have today been given information from a source close to the Treasury that IR35 is set to be abolished with effect from 6th April 2004. It will be replaced by IR591.

Jan 22, 2004 | IR35 News

IR591 - What the new measures will be

CUK have been given information from a Govt source about the as yet unpublished details of the new tax on Small Companies, known as IR591.

Dec 22, 2003 | IR35 News

Inland Revenue reverses its IR35 ruling

TreasureGuard challenge IR on only considering a sub-set of the full evaluation criteria.

Dec 12, 2003 | IR35 News

Tilbury Consulting Ltd v Margaret Gittins: initial analysis

Theresa Naylor of Accountax, the firm representing Tilbury Consulting Ltd, on the clarification this decision provides.

Dec 12, 2003 | IR35 News

Global IT spend on the rise

After two years of record declines and recession, the IT industry has gradually returned to positive growth in 2003, with continued recovery expected next year.

Dec 12, 2003 | IR35 News

PCG support helps contractor to only the second IR35 win

Lawspeed provide an analysis of the recent IR35 victory and the role the Revenue's error played in that result.

Dec 12, 2003 | IR35 News

Revenue Backs Down Over PCG Member's IR35 Case After 20 Month Battle

The Inland Revenue has decided to withdraw from its IR35 case against Ian Buckley, member of the Professional Contractors Group (PCG) and director of Fortissimo Software Ltd, based in Warrington. After 20 months of wrangling...

Dec 12, 2003 | IR35 News

                             

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