Red Card to HMRC on IR35 Law

Red Card to HMRC on IR35 Law

HMRC given red card as referee judgment gives pause for thought on IR35 An appeal judgment with major ramifications for self-employed workers and IR35 has been made in the upper tribunal that has gone against HMRC. In the ruling, HMRC yesterday (6 May) failed in its...
IR35 riddled with problems

IR35 riddled with problems

The House of Lords state that IR35 is ‘riddled with problems’ The IR35 rules are ’riddled with problems, unfairnesses, and unintended consequences’, according to a House of Lords committee looking into the impact of off-payroll working reforms. The Economic Affairs...
Coronavirus delays UK IR35 reforms

Coronavirus delays UK IR35 reforms

Government in shock delay to private sector IR35 reform, thanks to peers and covid-19 The stress and concern from many of those in the consulting space have had a well deserved reprieve !  18 March 2020  The government has sensationally delayed private sector IR35...
Choices driven by IR35 legislation

Choices driven by IR35 legislation

Limited company or umbrella consulting Since HMRC have introduced IR35 for the Private sector there has been so many unanswerd questions!  Payment structure options When you plan to start contracting you will need to set up a way to get paid. And as a first time...
What is IR35 really doing

What is IR35 really doing

IR35 drives Mass Exodus of UK contractors putting business projects at risk! 47 per cent of respondents have seen companies offshore their contract work as a result of the reforms. By Robbie Harb (The Register) 12 Feb 2020 More than half of the contractors and...