IR35 Advice

Fundamental changes to the off-payroll working rules known as IR35 have been pushed-back to April 2021 and it appears that nothing will stop those changes.

Businesses taking action now will be well-placed to meet the demands of their sector. When it was expected that the changes would impact in April 2020, we saw too many businesses leaving this important review into their business to the last minute, often leading to unlawful and uncompetitive ‘blanket’ decisions.

We offer bespoke, considered and careful advice in this area, led by Alexander Wilson (formerly ‘The IR35 Barrister’).

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HMRC believes that non-compliance is rampant (at 90%) and that lost revenue from Income Tax and National Insurance contributions (NICs) amounts hundreds of millions of pounds each year. It is clear that HMRC perceives IR35 as a high-risk area.

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