Q&A: Gig economy taxation – Is it all about to change?
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Q&A: Gig economy taxation – Is it all about to change?

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The tax regimes governing the gig economy, combined with the rules on self-employed individuals, have led to the success of companies such as Uber and Deliveroo. However, the Taylor Review on modern working practices has suggested radical changes that could change it all and stop other sectors adopting similar practices. Anjana Haines talks to the report’s author, Matthew Taylor, to discuss his recommendations and what they could mean for the future of the gig economy.

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