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Talksport radio show host Paul Hawksbee has won his IR35 appeal at a First Tier Tribunal (FTT), marking another defeat for HMRC over the question of whether broadcasters working via personal service companies (PSCs) should be considered as employees.
The case, Kickabout Productions Ltd and HMRC,  UKFTT 415 TC07230, was brought by Hawkbee's personal services company, Kickabout Productions Ltd (KPL), against a demand for PAYE and a notice of decision for Class 1 National Insurance contributions (NICs) issued by HMRC for the period 2012 to 2015 and amounting to some £143,000 in total.
Read more at Accountancy Daily.