IR35

Dec 8, 2020

IR35 is unfair? An in-depth look at the oncoming private sector move

Will the off-payroll tax changes leave millions of contractors unfairly short-changed this April? 5 minute read IR35; HMRC’s controversial legislation designed to go all-in on tax evaders is a hot topic now more than ever. Since its decision to infiltrate the private sector this coming April, contractors have been riled up over the new changes …

Oct 21, 2020

IR35: Making waves across the industry

In Construction HM Revenue & Customs have taken steps to warn businesses to prepare for the controversial changes to off-payroll working rules also known as IR35. Construction firms in particular have been told to make their arrangements for changes to the new rules. Earlier in the year, HMRC decided to delay the introduction to help …

Jul 27, 2020

IR35 in the news again as MPs vote against postponing to 2023

IR35 changes: MPs vote against delaying new HMRC rules to the dismay of campaigners Contractors and campaigners alike have been dealt with another IR35 blow. On this occasion, MPs have voted against delaying the controversial IR35 reforms for the self-employed in the private sector. Many have feared the legislation will leave them with a higher …

Jun 7, 2020

Delays to IR35

As of this moment the government has postponed the tax reforms to payroll working (AKA IR35). The legislation has been delayed for the private sector up until 2021, no doubt due to the complications COVID-19 has put on businesses and contractors. The decision was originally announced on the 17th March in the House of Commons. …

Dec 13, 2019

IR35 – Where there is visibility there is less risk

  Remember to KISS. Every day. It’s an ethos I was introduced to very early in my career. Keep it simple (stupid). Life tends to trend, go full circle. It certainly seems that way right now for sure. Let me tell you why. I’ve been in recruitment for nearly a decade, in many guises. Providing …