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  1. CBI calls for permanent efficiency

    In a speech to industry leaders this month, Sir Digby Jones, director-general ... added: “We don’t think business will stomach further tax rises. We are proposing something more forward-looking, that will take ... considerations and ensure value for money.” In the speech to the CBI Public Services Industry Forum, Jones called for a ...

  2. FCSA and Lawspeed at loggerheads over umbrella firm directors’ personal guarantees

    ... service providers, are at loggerheads about a clause in Lawspeed’s updated umbrella contract. The clause requires directors of ... the agency could be subject to a costly and time-consuming tax investigation   In a statement sent to Recruiter , ...

  3. Contracts/Deals: NES Global Talent sold for £234m

    ... to private investment vehicle AEA Investors for £234m. In September 2006, Graphite backed a management buyout of the business – then ... all continents, with 32 offices worldwide and 450 staff employed at present. It has 5,000 contractors in 62 countries on its books. ...

  4. Tax ruling

    ... HMRC can introduce anti-avoidance measures that apply tax retrospectively. This means that any offshore scheme marketed as legitimate ... retrospectively illegal, leaving contractors having to pay tax backdated for many years. Subjects:  Your recruitment ...

  5. Measuring supplier performance

    A: Dr Paul Cousins, lecturer in strategic supply management at the School of Management, University of Bath, ... on the type of procurement and the development strategy employed. For example, if you are buying mainly high-volume, low-value items, ...

  6. Supply Chain Management_4

    ... desks. The book’s structure lends itself to “dipping in”. It leads with definitions of SCM, the frame of reference of the ... One omission is examples of public-sector or defence bodies. This sector’s high-profile, and apparently recurrent, failure to ...

  7. Report reveals progress in closing the ‘VAT gap’_2

    ... upon whether they [Customs] can secure a sustained reduction in the level of losses." However, 2002 figures estimated between 125,000 ... by 2005-2006." The total level of VAT lost from fraud, tax avoidance or error is calculated by comparing the theoretical tax gained ...

  8. Full steam ahead with railroading IR35

    ... legislation will be affected. This is simply not the case in practice where, in the absence of proper guidance at an early stage, we are ... of scenarios are generating an “unable to determine the tax status” outcome, accompanied by a suggestion to seek further advice from ...

  9. Workers looking at moves as national job index puts best foot forward

    ... Fri, 9 Aug 2013 The study of more than 4,000 people in England, carried out by ICM Research, gives an overall job confidence score ... a new job over the next three months. Three-fifths of employed people feel that it would take them fewer than six months to find a ...

  10. Offshore tax scheme clampdown looms

    ... Thousands of contractors using offshore schemes to cut tax are facing a clampdown after HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) won a High Court ... retrospective tax of £80,000 after HMRC introduced measures in the Finance Act 2008 to close a loophole to prevent contractors receiving ...

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