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Budget announcement March 2017

Philip Hammond stated to the House of Commons in his first Budget speech that the £5,000 Dividend tax allowance, introduced only a year ago was “very generous”. True, it is more generous than the new allowance of £2,000, set to be introduced from 6th April 2018. Shareholders and Company Directors can rest easy then that the new dividend threshold, which Limited Company Accountants and Personal Tax Advisers have only just begun to get used to, will last another year!

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Transport for London effectively bans ltd company contractors

Changes to IR35 legislation being introduced in April have led at least one public sector employer to force Limited Company contractors to go Umbrella or face being jobless.

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The One Click Group are now Associate Members of the FCSA

With compliance increasingly in the spotlight in the contractor umbrella, accountancy and payroll industry, we feel it is more and more important to be seen as committed to raising standards.

This is something we share with the Freelancer and Contractor Services Industry (FCSA) and we are now proud to have been accepted as Associate Members.

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How 2017 will stack up for contractors

2016 was an eventful year for the UK economy and for contracting with several legislative changes and political and economic events such as the Brexit vote. These events are likely going to affect contractors, freelancers and the self-employed in both public and private sectors during 2017.

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ContractorUK Reader Awards 2016: vote for us now

For the second year in a row, we’re delighted to announce that the One Click Group have been nominated in the ever-popular Annual ContractorUK Reader Awards 2016 in the Best Umbrella Company category.

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Autumn Statement 2016 Preview

On Wednesday this week we will see our new chancellor, Philip Hammond, deliver his first Autumn Statement to the Commons. This will be the first non Osborne statement since 2009 so will it signal a new approach?

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What impact could Trump’s win have on the UK Contract Jobs market?

Whatever your political leanings, I’m sure you’ll agree that the recent election in the USA has been “interesting” and the outcome has shocked even the most cynical commentators. The polls got it massively wrong and it seems that the USA has voted for change.

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Professional indemnity insurance for Ltd contractors: you need to protect yourself

If you’re starting your own limited company as a contractor, you may have been told that you need to have insurance. Often, Recruitment Agencies will tell that you have at least a minimum of Professional Indemnity insurance in place and it’s important that you don’t ignore this.

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The IR35 proposed changes: the mass walkouts of freelancers

With the Autumn Statement nearly upon us, many of us in the financial and recruitment sectors are considering what impact the proposed changes to the treatment of “off payroll” workers in the public sector may have on UK PLC.

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Non-standard work arrangements: law changes & labour market

It’s been a while but we could now be seeing some good news for contractors. A new piece of terminology emerged over the last couple of weeks, relating to the changing way that people in the UK work: “Non standard work arrangements”.

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