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Newsletter 472: Reviews and more reviews | IR35 blow for public sector
by Newsletter Editor at 10:20 20/12/16 ( Shout99 Newsletter)
It would seem that reviews into self-employment and employment practices are a bit like buses. Nothing to be seen for ages, then they all come along at once.
While most eyes are focused on the Government's Taylor review, there are at least six others in the pipeline. Freelancers will be hoping for 'joined up thinking' as their Christmas present.

Newsletter 472: Reviews and more reviews | IR35 blow for public sector

It would seem that reviews into self-employment and employment practices are a bit like buses. Nothing to be seen for ages, then they all come along at once.

While most eyes are focused on the Government's Taylor review, there are at least six others in the pipeline. Freelancers will be hoping for 'joined up thinking' as their Christmas present.

There are now seven separate reviews into employment practices

Review of gig economy and modern employment models
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There was no early Christmas present for agents, clients and contractors operating in the public sector. The details relating to the controversial off-payroll legislation have revealed the surprise that the responsibility for deciding if IR35 applies will be with the client or 'end-user'.

And it was confirmed that the responsibility for paying the tax if IR35 does apply will be with the agency or the third-party who pays the contractor.

Responsibility for contractors' IR35 lies with public sector clients

Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year to all our Shout99 readers, members and contributors. Thank you for your continuing support and interest in reading our articles in the last 12 months.
Susie Hughes

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