IR35 Advice

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Contractor Tax

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As a contractor running your own limited company, you will have a number of tax liabilities. This section will explain what your liabilities are and give you advice on how to run your limited company as tax efficiently as possible. Know what you're looking for? Search below: Search Generic filters Filter by Custom Post Type Filter by Categories About Us ...

Pay as you earn (PAYE)

PAYE is the income tax deduction that an employer makes when paying salary to an employee. The tax is ‘deducted at source’ which means that the employer pays the amount over to HMRC so that the individual does not need to do so directly. For employees whose only source of income is a salary it is not necessary to complete ...

‘Section 660A’ and income shifting

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Back in 2007 the ‘Arctic Systems case’ of Jones V Garnett (HMRC) brought terms such as ‘section 660a’, ‘income shifting’ and ‘family business tax’ into the limelight. Section 660a and Arctic Systems ‘Section 660a’ refers to the section in the Income and Corporate Taxes Act 1988 that dealt with the taxation of income arrangements made specifically for the purpose or ...

Agency worker regulations 2011

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The agency worker regulations that came into effect in October 2011 have a similar purpose to the conduct regulations, in the sense that they exist to protect the agency worker. The notable changes that came into effect with the agency worker regulations are: From day one: A hirer must make available to the agency worker any information regarding job opportunities ...

Taxes – the basics

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The UK tax system is a complex blend of legislation and legal precedent from the courts; that has evolved over the last century or so to become the ever evolving tax system that we use today. We have put together here a plain language introduction to the main concepts of taxation that are relevant to freelancers, consultants and contractors. When ...

Conduct regulations 2003

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The ‘Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003’ commonly referred to as the ‘conduct regulations’ came into force to provide certain standards that agencies and employment businesses should adhere to and provide to both workers and end hirers. The regulations exist to protect those who are under the control of the agency or employment businesses. As the vast ...

Income tax and rates

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What is income tax? Income tax is charged on an individual’s personal income. The amount and rate of income tax that you pay will depend on the amount that you receive and the way in which you receive it. The most common forms of taxable income for an individual are as follows: Earnings from employment. Earnings from self-employment. Earnings from ...

Corporation tax and rates

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What is corporation tax? Corporation tax is payable on the taxable profits of limited companies. Taxable profits are made up of profits from trading and most investments, along with any ‘chargeable gains’ made by the company, which is the term used when a company makes capital gains. As a contractor, freelancer, or consultant, your company profit is, broadly speaking, the ...

Personal service companies

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So, what exactly is a personal service company (PSC)? A personal service company is when a company derives its main source of income from offering a service which is for the most part performed by the owners of the business i.e. the shareholders. Most limited companies run by freelancers, contractors and consultants will fit into the above description and consequently ...