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A welcome announcement this afternoon is that the Government will not be proceeding with its proposals to impose PAYE and NICs on all payments by organisations which engage office holders and other “controlling persons” through intermediaries. The proposals followed the discovery that the Chief Executive of the Student Loans Company and a significant number of … Continue reading Personal service companies – a change of tack

Following the recent news coverage concerning senior civil servants being paid gross (i.e. without the deduction of PAYE or NICs) through personal service companies, it is perhaps unsurprising that the Government has today announced that it is bringing forward a package of measures to tighten up on tax avoidance through the use of personal service … Continue reading IR35 / Personal Service Companies

In the initial Coalition Agreement of 11 May 2010, the final Coalition Programme released on 20 May 2010 and the Queen’s Speech given on 25 May 2010 (as well as the recent speeches given by George Osborne) a number of initiatives and changes have been proposed by the Government in relation to the tax system, … Continue reading The Coalition Programme – Summary Of Taxation Proposals