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Tory hopeful promises IR35 review if she becomes next PM
The Editor [News on IR35] 10:52 26/08/22
One of the two contenders for the Tory Party Leadership - and the next Prime Minister - has promised a review of the IR35 should she win the battle for the top job.
Crackdown on large businesses' 'hidden employees' through IR35 rules
The Editor [News on IR35] 09:45 01/08/22
HMRC suspects large businesses of underpaying £1.4bn in employment taxes as it cracks down on “hidden employees' through the IR35 regulations, according to multinational law firm, Pinsent Masons.
Sky Sports presenter hit with £356,420 IR35 tax bill
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 19:55 06/07/22
Sky Sports presenter, Alan Parry, has lost his appeal against an IR35 tax bill of more than £356,000 at a First-Tier Tax Tribunal hearing.
High levels of non-compliance with IR35 in Government
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 08:30 09/06/22
A House of Commons Committee has highlighted high level of non-compliance with IR35 in central Government.
IR35 reforms damage the ability for businesses to grow
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 15:35 06/04/22
New research released shows that despite half of UK businesses stating that they could not achieve their level of growth and outcomes without the help of contractors, a significant number of companies (28 per cent) have decreased the number of contracts they have given to freelancers since the reforms to IR35 in April 2021.
TV presenter Adrian Chiles, wins IR35 tax battle with HMRC
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:22 18/02/22
HMRC claimed the former One Show and Match of the Day 2 presenter was not a freelancer when he worked for BBC, ITV and other parties between 2012 and 2017, arguing he should have paid more tax as an employee as he was 'inside' IR35.
IR35 rules lead to an increased use of umbrella companies
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 08:30 15/02/22 | Comments: 1
The Economic Affairs’ Finance Bill Sub-Committee has written to the Government, listing the Sub-Committee’s main findings and conclusions on off-payroll working (IR35), after holding follow-up evidence sessions in December 2021.
Public bodies not given enough time for IR35 reforms
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 13:45 11/02/22
HMRC had key lessons to learn from the initial roll-out of IR35 tax reforms in the public sector, but faces new and challenging risks in implementing the regime more widely, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).
Government’s study into off-payroll reform
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 12:11 09/02/22 | Comments: 1
The Government has published a report commissioned by HMRC into the long-term effects of off-payroll working reform in the public sector.
Victory for workers rights in Pimlico Plumbers in Supreme Court
Susie Hughes [News on IR35] 11:59 04/02/22
One of the longest running, workers rights sagas, Pimlico Plumbers, has had another twist in the Supreme Court, as appeal judges ruled that the London plumber at the centre of the case is entitled to back-dated holiday pay.
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