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New IR35 rules for contractors businesses face additional tax risks and administrative burdens

United Kingdom - March 7 2019 HMRC’s latest consultation on off payroll working confirms that the new IR35 rules will be based on the rules that have applied in the public sector...

Remuneration codes - For banks, building societies and investment firms

United Kingdom, European Union - January 31 2019 The financial services industry has been the focus of wide-ranging reform over the past few years as a result of both UK Government and European...

Colin Leckey.

IR35 tax changes - what you need to know

United Kingdom - December 6 2018 The Chancellor announced in the Budget the latest measure to combat what HMRC calls “false self-employment”, aimed at those who supply their services...

Richard Moore, Lucy Lewis, Matthew Rowbotham.

Employer NICs on termination payments delayed again

United Kingdom - November 1 2018 The Government’s plan to make termination payments in excess of £30,000 subject to employer national insurance contributions (“NICs”) has been delayed...

Private sector needs to operate new IR35 rules for contractors from April 2020

United Kingdom - October 30 2018 The Chancellor has confirmed that with effect from 6 April 2020 businesses in the private sector which engage contractors - individuals who supply...

Alison Clements.