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Hello, Conservative Government. Farewell, Unfair Building Tax

Without wanting to nail my political colours too firmly to the mast, I was surprised and relieved in equal measure when the British public decided to give the Conservatives a spell in office on their…

19th May 2015
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Hudson Contract Rewards and a Disney Dream

And so it goes on. . . every month, the Hudson Contract Reward Programme enables us to give away thousands of pounds to say thank you for passing on our details. And we’re noticing a growing number of…

19th May 2015
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Hudson Contract: Annual Update

It’s that time of year again – at Hudson Contract, we do a spot of number-crunching every April, and take stock of our client list. So what has changed in the past tax year?

21st April 2015
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Labour plan to make construction workers pay for spare bedrooms...

Last Wednesday, the Shadow Secretary for Work and Pensions, Rachel Reeves, announced that her first job if Labour wins the election will be to scrap the ‘bedroom tax’, the scheme that makes social…

21st April 2015
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Freelance Builder Pay Trends: April 2015

Hudson Contract delivers the most accurate indications of pay trends across the construction industry, using payroll data for over 2,200 construction companies to publish the average pay for the full…

21st April 2015
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Hudson Contract teams up with the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed

With over 21,000 individual members, The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed – IPSE – is the largest association of independent professionals in the EU. 

21st April 2015
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Freelance Builder Pay Trends: March 2015

Hudson Contract delivers the most accurate indications of pay trends across the construction industry, using payroll data for over 2,200 construction companies to publish the average pay for the full…

17th March 2015
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Freelance builders lend the Treasury £1 billion – again

Statistics from last year's tax returns compiled by the CIS Experts Division of Lloyd Dowson Chartered Accountants reveal the extent to which the construction industry’s self-employed sector helps to…

16th March 2015
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If you thought that the pips were about to squeak, the politicians think they can squeeze some more...

In April last year, the Onshore Employment Intermediaries Legislation (OEI) came into force after a ridiculously – and deliberately – short consultation period. The target was to move 200,000…

16th March 2015

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