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The majority of contractors who had been assessed as inside IR35 by their private sector client plan to revert back to working outside the scope of the legislation, as a result of the recent delay to IR35 reform.
The Government has changed the time period for the new IR35 'off-payroll' rules so that they will now only apply to payments made for services provided on or after April 6 2020. This has effectively removed the 'retrospective' nature of the proposed changed.
Agency group APSCo has met with Jesse Norman, Chief Secretary to the Treasury to voice concerns about the logistics of the proposed implementation of the off-payroll rules due to come into force in April.
Businesses must not succumb to fear mongering surrounding changes to off-payroll working in the private sector – and recruiters are best placed to ensure that companies don’t lose out on the benefits of contractor workforces after April 2020.