Last week, BBC presenter Christa Ackroyd was hit with a backdated six-figure tax bill that might have made even the stoutest accountants gasp for air and widen their eyes in disbelief.
The, already, infamous case emerged after a tax tribunal ruled in favour of HMRC, finding Ackroyd had been working inside IR35 – despite offering her services ‘freelance’ through a “personal service company” in a move that would have positioned her outside of IR35.
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