Recruitment bodies say Lib Dem tax plans will be music to contractors’ ears

Recruitment and freelancer trade bodies have given a warm welcome to Liberal Democrat plans to review the extension of IR35 rules into the private sector and end the loan charge.

Contained in the fairer taxes section of the Lib Dem’s election manifesto, which was released yesterday by leader Jo Swinson (above), is a commitment to:

‘End retrospective tax changes like the loan charge brought in by the Conservatives, so that individuals and firms are treated fairly, and...

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