Amendment 20 & IR35

The IR35 reform that was postponed  until April 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation is still on track despite continued lobbying from those that oppose it. Since the announcement that IR35 was going to be rolled out to the private sector, many have been against it citing that the industry wasn’t ready and needed […]

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The Future of Furloughing

As the smallest entity across industry supply chains, contractors have been among the hardest hit by the Covid 19 lockdown.  For many contractors, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has been an essential and valuable necessity when many of their staple contracts and placements have had to be postponed or cancelled. When a contractor is […]

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Coronavirus Update

In light of the current situation regarding COVID-19, we would like to reassure all contractors and all of our clients that our business will continue as normal.  Our system and support network is completely cloud-based so we will be able to continue to work even if we are instructed to work from home. We will […]

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Why do contractors still fall for loan schemes?

Considering the amount of coverage in the news regarding the the loan charge situation it still amazes me that companies are still offering these dubious workarounds. Loan charges are illegal and should be obvious by their amazing return on a wage yet people are still being fooled. In the latest recent news six alleged promoters […]

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Are You Looking At Me?

According to the employment appeals tribunal Addison Lee’s drivers are not self employed contractors.  If you were to ask Addison Lee they would tell you that they are. Their workers drive an Addison Lee car/van that has Addison Lee permanently displayed on the side.  Is it disguised employment? Interestingly the case was raised by three Addison […]

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