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HMRC defends changes to IR35 off-payroll rules
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:31 06/12/21
The Government believes that the reform to the IR35 working rules is the right way to improve compliance with the rules.
Sky Sports presenter handed £281,000 IR35 bill
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:16 15/11/21
Sky Sports TV presenter, Dave Clark, has lost an IR35 case appeal carrying £281,084.48 in tax liability.
Key factors identifying ‘outside IR35’ engagements
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:35 04/11/21
Six months on from the new Off Payroll Rules there is still confusion over which assignments should fall inside or outside of IR35, with often differing opinions between contractors, recruiters, and clients.
Substitution – an overfished red herring?
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:44 02/11/21
The Court of Appeal has upheld an earlier employment tribunal decision that a courier rider should be classed as a ‘worker’ irrespective that they could allocate work to other riders in a pool.
A third of contractors driven out of self-employment by IR35 changes
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:03 22/10/21
More than a third of contractors (35 per cent) have left self-employment since the changes to IR35, either moving into permanent employment, retiring, working overseas or simply not working, according to recent research.
Amazon face potentially ‘£100m’ employment status case
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:35 13/10/21
Multiple self-employed Amazon delivery drivers are seeking employment rights from the digital giant - a case that could potentially cost the digital giant retailer over £100m.
Replay needed after court calls foul in IR35 football case
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:01 20/09/21
An IR35 status case involving 60 professional football referees needs a replay after the Court of Appeal called 'foul' on an earlier decision.
‘Shambolic’ HMRC and delayed tribunal decision
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:37 01/09/21
HMRC was branded as 'shambolic' after it has been denied the chance to appeal an outside IR35 verdict at the Upper Tier Tribunal (UTT) after submitting their application after the deadline.
HM Courts and Tribunal Service hit with £12.5m IR35 bill
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:14 23/08/21
HM Courts and Tribunal Service has become the third Government department to be hit with a multi-million bill from HMRC due to making incorrect IR35 status decisions.
Businesses have regrets over ‘confusing’ IR35 reform
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:03 09/08/21
Four in 10 businesses impacted by recent changes to IR35 in the private sector have admitted they would approach the changes differently if given the opportunity. Meanwhile, nearly a third are already reviewing their strategy for managing the reform despite the changes only coming into force on April 6 2021.
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