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Research 'lifts the lid' on IR35 business fears
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:38 15/11/19
The majority of senior decision makers in medium and large-sized businesses are concerned about missing out on temporary talent ahead of the introduction of new IR35 regulation, according to research from recruitment specialist Robert Half UK.
HMRC’s defeat in latest IR35 television presenter case
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 09:21 08/11/19
ITV presenter Helen Fospero has become the latest TV presenter to defeat HMRC in an IR35 tax tribunal, raising further concerns over the credibility of the controversial IR35 reforms.
Calls to delay to controversial IR35 legislation
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:05 30/10/19 | Comments: 1
With a cancelled Budget, a December election and a delayed Brexit decision, it comes as no surprise that freelancer groups are calling for a postponement to the controversial IR35 legislation.
TV presenter loses £400,000 IR35 appeal
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:40 29/10/19
Former BBC presenter, Christa Ackroyd, has lost her IR35 appeal, and now faces tax and NI liabilities of £400,000.
Lloyds IR35 decision is 'bad for contractors and business'
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:45 08/10/19
Contractors with financial giant, Lloyds Banking Group have become the latest group to suffer the adverse effects of the changes to the IR35 legislation in the private sector.
More private sector giants shun contractors over IR35 reforms
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 14:29 01/10/19 | Comments: 1
Reports suggest that financial giant, Barclays, has told its line managers that as a direct consequence of the private sector IR35 changes set for April 2020, they ‘will no longer engage contractors who provide their services via a personal services company, limited company, or other intermediary.’
Latest HMRC victory adds to IR35 'chaos' and 'confusion'
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 14:11 25/09/19
The latest IR35 judgement against BBC presenters shows how confusing and complex the tax regulation is, according to members of the freelance sector.
HMRC wins IR35 tribunal case against BBC presenters
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 09:41 19/09/19
HMRC has won an IR35 Tribunal case against three BBC journalists.
Recruitment bodies respond to IR35 technical consultation
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 10:43 10/09/19
The Association of Recruitment Consultancies (ARC) has lodged its response with HMRC to the July technical consultation on the draft legislation leading to the extension of IR35 public sector rules to the private sector.
Does the limited company opt out have a future?
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 08:52 05/09/19 | Comments: 3
More than a decade ago, the EU had the laudable aim of protecting vulnerable agency workers from exploitation by giving them workers rights.
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