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    BREAKING: IR35 Review – No Delay But Softer Landing

    Now we’ve had time to review the full output of the Government’s review into the implementation of Off-Payroll Working Reforms from April 6th 2020.

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    IR35: Engagement types

    Something I think there’s a fair amount of confusion on, and not about to get better very quickly, is rates and engagement types.

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    IR35: CEST update

    One month before Christmas, and it seems all those preparing for Off Payroll Reform have been given an early gift – CEST has been re-published.

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    IR35: NHS Digital

    NHS Digital’s disclose that they’re accruing £4.3 million to cover tax liabilities, penalties and interest for incorrectly-assessed IR35 status has raised eyebrows. It’s the first concrete evidence we have that HMRC has been speaking to end clients and informally challenging status determinations. It comes at a time likely to make private sector end clients question whether that could be them in a couple of years’ time, and it’s worth exploring a little further.

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    Watch our latest IR35 webinar!

    Last week, Evolution and RTRS collaborated on another IR35 webinar in order to discuss the fast-approaching changes and how they will impact businesses working with contractors.

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    IR35: The Risks

    Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen the picture around IR35 develop for businesses and contractors. There’s been lots of discussion about the impact of changes, the effectiveness of CEST and the technical detail behind accountancy rules. However, it’s important and worth clarifying the broad range of risks this change presents for businesses.

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    IR35: End clients, reasonable care and understanding it all

    If you are an end hirer with contractors engaged directly through you (i.e. you do not use a recruitment agency) the implications of the reform of IR35 in April 2020 will have a significant impact on your business. Acting as both the engager and the fee payer means that you hold both the responsibility for making the correct determination, and the liability in the event that determination is incorrect.

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    IR35: Targeting GSK

    The issuing of HMRC letters to 1,500 GSK contractors alleging IR35 non-compliance has caused concern over the bank holiday break. The FT reported the story, quoting QDOS CEO Seb Maley as saying “HMRC is working off the basis that these contractors are guilty until proven innocent.” This is precisely why the action is concerning for contractors and end clients alike.

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    An “Outside IR35 Contract”

    As part of the delivery of our IR35 audits, I’m having lots of discussions about having an “outside IR35 contract”. Clients and contractors tell me they’ve been assured someone, or a business, that they don’t need to worry because they have an “outside IR35 contract”. Wow – if only someone had let HMRC and HMG know...

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