Employment status – proposals for change

The Office of Tax Simplification has published (on 3 March 2015) a report “into simplifying the difficult issue of how to determine whether a worker is employed or self-employed for tax purposes”. In this analysis, our guest blogger David Kirk – author of Employment Status: The Tax Rules – welcomes the report as a serious analysis of […]

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On March 5, 2015, posted in: Articles, Company Tax, IR 35 by

Travelling expenses – Our submission in response to HMRC’s 2014 discussion document

David Kirk & Co. Ltd. welcome the opportunity to respond to HMRC’s discussion document Employment Intermediaries: Temporary workers – relief for travel and subsistence expenses. The firm is a specialist consultancy in the field of employment intermediaries and personal service companies which make up over half its business. It director, Mr David Kirk, is the […]

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On February 16, 2015, posted in: Articles, Company Tax, Employment, IR 35 by

Autumn statement submission: David Kirk calls for the abolition of employers’ NI.

The Treasury has asked for original and innovative ideas to be included in the Autumn Statement (see https://www.gov.uk/government/news/autumn-statement-2014-have-your-say). David Kirk submitted the following. I understand that the Treasury is seeking original and innovative ideas for the Government’s Autumn Statement. As to my credentials for this proposal, I am a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser […]

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On October 13, 2014, posted in: Articles, Company Tax by