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Morrisons is opening its cafes to employers that want to offer their employees a Christmas party including all the trimmings.Read more
The case concerned three cycle couriers in Dewhurst v Revisecatch. The couriers claimed that, as workers, they should be treated as working under a contract of employment, they were also claiming £35,000, owed to them by their previous employer, City Sprint, should be paid by eCourier eCourier are a Royal Mail subsidiary, which took over their contracts.Read more
HMRC’s December 2019 edition of their Employer Bulletin has now been released and as is commonplace, it contains information pertinent to upcoming changes or events and some detail reminding employers of their responsibilities.Read more
Richard Alcock was contracted to carry out work for the Department of Work and Pensions and Accenture, supplying IT services through his company RALC Consulting Ltd. Following an IR35 investigation by HMRC, Mr Alcock’s company was deemed liable for unpaid tax amounting to £243,000.Read more
HMRC has finally updated the Check Employment Status for Tax (CEST) tool and manual in preparation for the implementation of the Off-payroll working rules in the private sector.Read more
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