Hudson Contract is geared up to meet the challenge of new legislation restricting self-employment in construction that are expected to be announced in Chancellor Osborne’s March 19th budget.
“The new rules will probably come into effect next month,” says Hudson Contract Managing Director David Jackson. “We will take – and are already taking – every measure possible to ensure the service to our clients continues, as always, with full compliance of tax and employment laws.”
To prepare for the upcoming changes, Hudson Contract has already:
“We have also carried out a full business review,” adds David Jackson. “One of the most interesting statistics to emerge is that over the past nine years, we have accounted to HMRC for over £1.1 billion in CIS tax and VAT for over 145,000 operatives. We have also clocked-up nineteen judgements in case law and maintained our 100% ASA-verified record of successful employment tribunal outcomes.”
With the business year drawing to a close at the end of the month Hudson Contract can also confirm growth at every level:
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