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IR35 changes to take effect this April, 2021 Contractors and off-payroll working for the private sector, changes coming in April. Wondering where we are now with IR35, when it applies, what companies it applies to or whether it will be delayed again? You’re not alone. Many of our clients undertake consulting work for their clients […]
Fuller Spurling’s Spring 2020 tax briefing is now available, with guidance and information on the following… Capital Gains Tax (CGT) – pay in 30 days! IR35 off-payroll working rules, 6 April 2020 Update, 05Feb21: please see this page for the rescheduled implementation of this stage of IR35. New NIC thresholds announced ahead of the […]
Fuller Spurling’s year-end tax review. Introduction, tax law changes to come? Interest on savings – how to reduce tax you pay by controlling the type of income you receive ‘Max out your state pension’ – have you checked if you’ll qualify for the full state pension? ‘Give & save’ – how Gift Aid donations […]
The IR35 rules are designed to discourage avoidance of payroll taxes by organisations who engage workers through personal service companies (PSC)s or other intermediaries rather than taking them on to the payroll.
Where an individual works through his or her own personal company to provide services, such as IT consultancy, that company must abide by the “IR35” rules
Retain evidence to avoid issues with IR35 in the future
The definition of employee versus self-employed is an age old debate. How has the government and HMRC begun to respond to these changes?
This is a typical example of how Fuller-Spurling works with their clients to guide them through legislation and allow them to concentrate on what they do best – run their business.