Self Employed People: A literature review for the Contributions Agency

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Boden, R ; Corden, A ; Hutton, S ; Sainsbury, R (1997)
  • Publisher: Social Research Branch

A review of the existing literature on self-employment, including the definition and characteristics of the self-employed types of work undertaken, living standards and organisation of finances. The aim of the review was to improve the Department's and the Contributions Agency's understanding of why some self-employed people fall behind or default on payments of Class 2 National Insurance contributions.
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    A ccountancy (1993) `An old wives' tale', March, 144.

    A ccountancy (1994a) `Tips for the self-employed professional', January, 48.

    A ccountancy (1994b) `Accountants 9, Customs 0', August, 111.

    A ccountancy (1994c) `A beneficial loophole', August, 113.

    A ccountancy A ge (1994) `A play for the supporting role', March, 20.

    A ccountants Digest (1994) `The child maintenance regulations relating to the self-employed', No . 314, March, Milton Keynes : Accountancy Books.

    A ccountant, The (1994) `Self-assessment boosts UK tax advisers', October, p .6.

    Allen, S. and Wolkowitz, C. (1987) Homeworking, Myths and Realities, Basingstoke : Macmillan Education.

    Allen, S ., Truman, C. and Wolkowitz, C . (1992) `Home-based work : self-employment and small business', in Leighton, P . and Felstead, A. (eds) New Entrepreneurs: Self-employment and Small Business in Europe, London : Cogan Page.

    Allingham, M.G. and Sandmo, A . (1972) `Income tax evasion : a theoretical analysis', Journal of Public Economics, 323-38.

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