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In 1994, Peter Lawson & Co was born primarily as a result of the issues surrounding whether technicians within the Film & TV industry should be classed as employed or self employed.
We challenged HMRC’s assertion that such technicians were employed, and were instrumental in obtaining ‘Schedule D’, i.e. self employment status, for a number of technicians.
Since then we have regularly been involved in the settlement of these issues with HMRC.
The factors which determine whether you are deemed to be employed or self employed are essentially the same, irrespective of the industry in which you work. So if you’re a ‘subby’ doing all your work for one company, or a freelance consultant undertaking long term contracts with one company, the same criteria will apply to you.
So probably a good reason to get in touch!
Contact us today to arrange a free 1 hour consultation, to see what we can offer. Feel free to browse our services to discover how we can help in other areas, so you can come armed with a full list of questions.
23 Aug 2019
Following a review, HMRC has said it will continue its risk-based approach to Pay as You Earn (PAYE) Real Time Information (RTI) late filing and late payment penalties this tax year.
22 Aug 2019
HMRC has written to 145,000 VAT-registered businesses that only trade with the EU, advising them to plan ahead for a potential no-deal Brexit.
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