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Accurate IR35 decisions vital to HS2 success
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:23 18/07/17
Accurate IR35 decisions are as vital to the HS2 rail network project as expert contractors are, according to one contractor tax specialist.
Surge in enquiries to umbrella companies as public sector IR35 reforms bite
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 10:57 12/07/17
There has been a surge in contractors switching to umbrella companies in the months leading up to new employment status checks implemented by public sector bodies.
Fear that IR35 rules will extend
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:50 29/06/17
Some agencies believe that the new public sector IR35 rules will be extended to cover contractors working in the private sector within two years.
Warning that NHS should access individual IR35 cases
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 14:12 26/06/17
Caution has been urged regarding the outcome of recent NHS U-turn about placing its entire locum and contractor workforce ‘inside IR35’.
PCG and IR35: the story of how it began
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 06:11 26/06/17
In 1999, a group of freelancers banded together to oppose the measure in the Budget which would tax them as if they were 'disguised employees'.
NHS U-turn over blanket IR35 decisions for contractors
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 08:40 31/05/17
The NHS has decided to revise its decision to place all contractors and locum staff inside IR35. This follows concerns that public sector organisations were interpreting the controversial new IR35 proposals in an over-cautious 'catch-all' manner.
Majority of contractors do not trust ESS Tool
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:36 22/05/17
The vast majority of contractors do not trust HMRC's online tool to determine the IR35 status of public sector contracts.
Chorus of opposition to new employment rules
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:50 18/04/17
Widespread dissatisfaction with the Government’s approach to employment rules could give ministers no choice but to remodel their controversial legislation once the Taylor Review reports.
Contractors urged to seek IR35 status test
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:41 11/04/17
Contractors are being advised to check their IR35 status in order to resolve the confusion and uncertainty over the newly implemented public sector rule changes.
IR35 changes hit locums and the NHS
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:06 10/04/17 | Comments: 2
As the new IR35 legislation comes into effect in the public sector, research has shown that some locum doctors who work as husband and wife teams will need a 50 per cent pay increase to earn the same after the new taxes have been applied.
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