Preparing for IR35
From 6 April 2021 IR35 will be changing. Under the new rules your business may have a new responsibility to make an assessment about whether the contractors you engage are caught by the IR35 off-payroll working rules for the private sector.
If you have a relationship with a contractor that is caught by the IR35 off-payroll working rules, your business will be responsible for deducting income tax and National Insurance contributions from any payments made to that contractor. If contractors have been incorrectly classed as self-employed then there could also be a possibility for back-dated holiday pay and national minimum wage claims under Employment Law.
Date: Tuesday 16th March 2021
Time: 10:00am – 11:30am
- Current law – how are different workers currently taxed
- New rules – conditions, implications, enforcement and compliance
- Employment law – what are the employment law implications of the new rules and how to minimise any legal risk
- Practical considerations
So that we can cover off as many of your questions as possible, please send them through to us in advance of the session. Please submit these using the text box on Zoom registration page or emailing them to Tom Williams.
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