TV Presenter Kaye Adams Wins IR35 Case – HMRC Appealed and Lost

TV and radio presenter Kaye Adams has won her IR35 case; HMRC appealed and lost it has been announced today.  HMRC pursued a case against Ms Adams in relation to her contracts with BBC Radio Scotland during the 2015/16 and 2016/17 tax years, which HMRC considered to be akin to employment, and therefore inside IR35 […]

HMRC waives 5% late payment penalty for self-assessment

HMRC have announced that Self Assessment taxpayers will not be charged a 5% late payment penalty if they pay their tax or set up a payment plan by 1 April 2021. The payment deadline for Self Assessment is 31 January and interest is charged from 1 February on any amounts outstanding.  Normally, a 5% late […]

Supreme Court Decides Uber Drivers are Workers Not Self-Employed

The Supreme Court has concluded that Uber drivers are not actually self-employed, despite engaging them on that basis for many years.  The decision was the final stage of a long-running battle with self-employed drivers who are seeking worker rights, and the dispute has been going since 2016.  As the Supreme Court is Britain’s highest court, […]