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Our news & insights page includes updates on policy and legislation, thought leadership and commentary on the latest industry issues from our chief executive, practical advice and employment law updates, as well at the latest news from within the association.
9 Jul 2019
As you’ll be well aware, when you work for yourself, you no longer automatically enjoy the financial security that being employed affords you; from sick pay to pension provisions and...
3 Jul 2019
These are just some of the findings from a collaborative survey conducted by professional membership body the FCSA and cloud accounting software provider FreeAgent amongst 500 self-employed freelancers and contractors.
28 Jun 2019
MyPay has become the latest accredited member to join the FCSA for providing umbrella services to contractors and freelancers.
25 Jun 2019
Ten leading organisations representing the UK’s thousands of contractors and freelancers have written an open letter to Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt. The letter calls on them, if they win...
24 Jun 2019
Written by Larsen Howie The response to HMRC’s private sector IR35 consultation has been widespread. Many companies, both international corporations and local businesses, have sent in varying recommendations for the...
24 Jun 2019
The recent Court of Appeal case Flowers v East of England Ambulance Trust  confirms that voluntary overtime should be taken into account when calculating holiday pay where overtime is...
11 Jun 2019
Recent case highlights the importance of employers following their own policies when making reasonable adjustments for disabled employees.
6 Jun 2019
Jim McMeekin, Director of Champion Contractors says the firm is delighted to have achieved FCSA Accreditation which will demonstrate to their customers a “quality compliant service that is second to...
29 May 2019
One in five UK sole traders are needlessly making plans to address the impact of proposed Off-Payroll reforms despite the legislation not affecting them, new research has revealed. According to...