Contractor's Tools

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IR35 and the Public Sector

IR35 in the Public Sector 2017 changes

From April 2017, Contractors working on Public sector contracts are no longer responsible for determining their own IR35 status.

Attempting to Influence Public Sector IR35 Decisions

If you're working in the Public sector, the end hirer is responsible for deciding if your contract falls inside or outside IR35.

The implications of an inside IR35 status

You may want to negotiate an Uplift to the rate if Public Sector Body has determined that your current role is now deemed to be inside IR35.

Guidance on Off Payroll Working in the Public Sector

To download our latest guide on IR35 Reform for contractors

The Need for an Uplift

Senior Client Accountant Gavin James shares his personal thoughts on the Public Sector reform of IR35

Understanding the Fee Payer's Deduction

Under the new IR35 rules it is still possible to trade through a limited company but now the party paying your Company, the Fee Payer, needs to make a few deductions.

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