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HR in Broadcast and Media

Lorimer letters: what broadcast media professionals need to know

Also known as LP10 letters, Lorimer letters are provided by HMRC to freelancers who want to be classed and paid as self-employed contractors

Diversity in broadcast: how has the industry evolved?

The killing of George Floyd and the subsequent spread of the Black Lives Matter movement across the world have raised issues of race, diversity...

IR35: July update

A political hot potato that’s causing alarm, confusion and concern. No, not Brexit. Another one. IR35.

IR35: April ’19 update

The UK broadcast industry has been at the forefront of IR35’s implications, given the sector’s heavy reliance on freelancers. IR35 has been a hot topic...

Key changes to IR35 coming in 2017 – what you need to know

IR35 legislation – some key changes are coming in 2017, relating to contractors, their limited companies, personal service companies and end users/clients.

Contractors under fire from HMRC – but there is some good news

This year has been a tough one for contractors, with HMRC announcing a series of measures designed to raise revenue and target those who abuse tax rules.

The budget, HMRC legislation and the broadcast freelancer

Important: as recent HMRC legislation tries to reclaim as much as £400m for the Treasury, Frame 25 looks at how the changes affect broadcast freelancers.