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Eamonn Holmes loses IR35 tax case despite forty years as freelance broadcaster

2020-02-26T16:49:39+01:00

Television presenter Eamonn Holmes has been defeated by HMRC at an IR35 tax tribunal. Holmes failed in his appeal against HMRC’s tax assessment concerning engagements between his limited company, ‘Red, White and Green Limited’, and [...]

Eamonn Holmes loses IR35 tax case despite forty years as freelance broadcaster2020-02-26T16:49:39+01:00

Disguised remuneration: schemes claiming to avoid the new loan charge

2019-05-03T09:51:20+01:00

HMRC is aware of schemes that claim to avoid the loan charge on disguised remuneration. These schemes don’t work. […]

Disguised remuneration: schemes claiming to avoid the new loan charge2019-05-03T09:51:20+01:00

HMRC struggles to cope with tax changes – so what hope is there for the rest of us?

2019-05-03T09:51:24+01:00

Rarely have I stumbled across a greater untruth than HM Revenue & Customs’ catchy advertising slogan “tax doesn’t have to be taxing”. […]

HMRC struggles to cope with tax changes – so what hope is there for the rest of us?2019-05-03T09:51:24+01:00

2017 Budget – Changes to Personal Taxation

2017-03-09T21:30:57+01:00

On Wednesday 8th March, Philip Hammond delivered his first Budget as chancellor. The following is a summary of changes to Personal Taxation: The main rate of Class 4 National Insurance contributions for the self-employed to [...]

2017 Budget – Changes to Personal Taxation2017-03-09T21:30:57+01:00