The new body will have responsibility for tackling such problems as modern slavery, the enforcement of the minimum wage and the protection of agency workers.
HMRC have lost their appeal to the Upper Tier Tribunal (UTT) that the IR35 legislation should be applied in the case of the presenter Kaye
HMRC remain committed to ensuring that businesses comply with the upcoming off-payroll changes and have now published their compliance strategy to assist businesses with the
The complex setting of Covid-19 and Brexit has presented the construction industry with a serious number of hurdles to negotiate. The challenges faced in the
HMRC have now published their findings from a recent consultation which addresses perceived areas of risk concerning certain aspects of the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS).
A Guild client recently asked us to assist a contractor of theirs who was experiencing status queries from HMRC – they had been asked by