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Still not ready

A survey conducted by IR35 Shield amongst 3000+ contractors has found that more than half of UK firms that hire contractors are yet to prepare for the Off-Payroll rules which come into effect in April 2021. The survey out today, entitled…

Working Model

With the new Off-Payroll tax rules set to go ahead in April 2021, we shall undoubtedly see an increasing number of contractors working through umbrella firms.  Crawford the CEO and founder of Professional Passport, the largest independent…

IR35 Partnership

IR35 and Off-Payroll compliance solution IR35 Shield has announced that its status assessments will now be underwritten by specialist market-leading insurer, Markel Tax.

Approaching IR35

While many of us may be looking forward to waving goodbye to 2020, the New Year will bring a number of other challenges to the world of recruitment. In particular, the roll out of IR35 into the private sector on 6th April looks set to…

Spot the Difference

With its origins rooted in the USA, the Professional Employment Organisation (PEO) has become a popular employment model in the UK in recent times.  Similar to an umbrella company, when a contractor engages with a compliant PEO, they are…

Ready Yet?

The countdown to the IR35 legislative changes is well underway and now is the time to ask, how ready are you?

Best Assess #3

In parts one and two of this series we explored how firms can prepare their existing workforce ready for the transition by April 2021. In this final part we examine how to maintain ongoing compliance in the “new normal” or…

Best Assess #2

It is vital that compliance protocols are established now, well ahead of April 2021, and many companies will seek help from their accountants and advisers to help ensure a cohesive transition.  Key to this is sourcing trustworthy compliance…

Off-Payroll Evidence

On Monday December 07th at 4pm the Financial Secretary of Secretary, Jesse Norman gave evidence to the Committee on the Off-Payroll reforms. The questioning comes following the House of Lords Economic Affairs Finance Bill Sub-Committee…

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