Agency staff and self-employed could see closer tax models, claims employment lawyer

Government plans to consult on amending the UK’s tax regime for different ways of working as a result of the gig economy could see much closer alignment between how agency staff and self-employed contractors are taxed, an employment lawyer has claimed.

Thu, 24 Nov 2016

Government plans to consult on amending the UK’s tax regime for different ways of working as a result of the gig economy could see much closer alignment between how agency staff and self-employed contractors are taxed, an employment lawyer has claimed.

In yesterday’s Autumn Statement, Chancellor Philip Hammond said the government will...

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