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CXC Global: Contractors must comply with tax regulations ahead of stricter transparency rules

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Governments across the world are offering tax evaders a last chance to own up to undeclared accounts before a co-ordinated global crackdown on evasion that will allow tax authorities to probe secret foreign accounts. By 2017, governments will be able to exchange tax information automatically to facilitate transparency in the …

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Research reveals UK plc confused about T&S regulations | FCSA


The Freelancer & Contractor Services Association (FCSA) – the UK’s leading independent trade body for umbrella employers and accountancy service providers supporting the flexible workforce – has expressed its disappointment that the Government has not listened to the widespread warnings issued by the industry and has pressed ahead with its …

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WHITE PAPER: Personal service companies |Consultation & Debate


The ‘IR35’ rules to prevent the exploitation of personal service companies for tax avoidance were introduced in April 2000, following a long and contentious consultation exercise. This legislation remains unpopular among freelancers who use this corporate form to provide services. This report looks at recent debate on how these rules …

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