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  • Taking reasonable care to avoid an IR35 blanket approach

    September 15, 2020

      When organisations first began to tackle the IR35 Private Sector reform it wasn’t long before the media started reporting blanket bans from big brands, and their decision to cease working with Limited Company contractors. Instead advising them that they would need to move to an Umbrella or PAYE payment model. Whilst other organisations decided […]

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  • Making sense of IR35 status determinations

    September 11, 2020

      Navigating IR35 status determinations can be daunting for both the End Client and Limited Company Contractor. We take a look at how both parties should navigate the process. Head over to our IR35 Hub to read more articles and sign up to our newsletter. Find out more

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  • Preparing for IR35

    September 2, 2020

      When the Government announced the delay of the IR35 Private Sector reform earlier in the year, many organisations took advantage of this breathing space to hold off on finalising their off-payroll processes and IR35 strategy. Instead of just picking back up where organisations left IR35, this reprieve provides a good opportunity to evaluate the […]

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  • IR35 – Where are we now?

    July 30, 2020

      When the Government announced in March 2020 that they were postponing the Private Sector reform until April 2021 it all went a bit quiet. We take a look at where we are now, and what’s been happening as the April 2021 date approaches.   Will the Private Sector reform happen in April 2021? It’s […]

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  • Can I challenge my IR35 In Scope determination?

      If you suspect you’ll be receiving an In Scope IR35 determination when your End Client recommences IR35 preparations for the Private Sector roll out, is there anything you can do about it?   Take the time to review your determination You’ll be given an official Status Determination Statement (SDS), which may be derived from […]

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