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07 Dec 2023
HMRC recently updated its guidance on IR35 compliance for employers.
06 Dec 2023
Research carried out by YFM Equity Partners has suggested that the UK is a 'hub for innovation', with UK entrepreneurs generating £950 billion in revenue each year.
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Our summary of the key announcements from the Chancellor's latest Budget .
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