The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations 2003 came into force in 2004.
The Court of Appeal has recently handed down a judgment with potentially massive implications for agency workers and those that engage ‘staff’ via agencies.
The term ‘intangible asset’ covers not only intellectual property, such as patents, copyrights, trademarks and know-how, but also a variety of other assets with commercial value such as agricultural quota, payment entitlements under the single payment sch
PCG members have free access to a legal helpline provided by Abbey Tax.
This service provides our freelancers with all the guidance and advice required to ease the burden of tax, delivered by knowledgable and friendly taxation experts at Abbey Tax.
Many PCG members will be aware of the recent case of Miriam O`Reilly, a freelance television presenter on the BBC’s ‘Countryfile’. O`Reilly took the BBC to an employment tribunal claiming discrimination on the grounds of age, and won.
A director’s legal duties can be somewhat of a burden and the penalties for breaching them can be tough. However, provided directors have a good understanding of their role, the risk of committing a breach of duty can be avoided.
The lack of an up-to-date will can lead to a huge tax bill hitting your estate.