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Government reforms (3):  IR35 reforms – delayed!

IR35
What do we already know? We reminded you in our January 2020 Newsletter Government reforms: New year, New law!  of the changes due to the IR35 rules on 6 April 2020 for medium and large businesses in the private sector. For more information on the IR35 reforms in the private and charity sectors see our Blogs here. What’s…
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Government reforms (2): IR35 update

IR35
What do we already know? We reminded you in our January 2020 Newsletter Government reforms: New year, New law!  that changes to the IR35 rules are due on 6 April 2020 for medium and large businesses in the private sector.  In general terms, under the proposed new regime, the onus will shift from the personal…
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Blog: IR35 reforms – the top 10 most irksome aspects (part 3)

If you found my first and second blogs on the IR35 reforms helpful, let me share with you contenders 7 to 10 in my ‘most irksome’ list. But first, a quick update.  You may be aware that the government promised a review of the off-payroll working rules (IR35).  The HMRC have now announced that changes…
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Blog: IR35 reforms – the top 10 most irksome aspects (part 2)

If you found my first blog on the IR35 reforms helpful, let me share with you contenders 4, 5 and 6 in my ‘most irksome’ list. Number 4 most irksome At number 4 is the fact that when assessing the IR35 question for any contractor you have to work out the ‘hypothetical’ contract that could…
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Blog: IR35 reforms – the top 10 most irksome aspects

What are the 10 most irksome things about the forthcoming IR35 reforms?  When it comes to preparing for the IR35 reforms in the private and charity sectors next April, the prize for the greatest hassle has several contenders.  Allow me to introduce you to 10 of them over this and a few further blogs. I…
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