Orange Genie News

IR35

Whether it happens in April 2019 or 2020, all indications are that private-sector IR35 reform is on the way. Assuming the reform unfolds as expected, anyone hiring contractors who trade through their own limited company (PSC) will be responsible for assessing their IR35 status. This is an involved and complex process, requiring specialist expertise. 

IR35

It seems these days that compliance issues are constantly at the top of the agenda in the recruitment industry, and with possible IR35 reform approaching in the private sector that doesn’t look set to change. Which is why we think it’s worth implementing an approved supplier list (ASL) for accountants.

Contractors

As a contractor you will, at some point, experience variations in your income. This could mean getting a different pay rate on successive assignments, a client being late paying an invoice, or it could involve an unexpected period of downtime between contracts. This can create financial pressure, even though most contractors earn more than traditional employees.

Supply Teaching

It’s never been more important for supply teaching agencies to ensure that any umbrella company they work with is compliant. Non-compliant umbrella companies present a whole series of risks for you and your teachers, from unexpected tax bills, to prosecution, financial penalties and reputational damage. It should be clear to everyone that it’s important to ensure compliance in your supply chain.

Supply Teacher Pension

Pensions Auto-Enrolment has been with us since 2012, and anyone who employs supply teachers will be aware of it and will either be running a supply teacher pension scheme or outsourcing to a pension provider. That doesn’t mean everyone is having an easy time, though, and one survey has suggested that 65% of agencies are having a “total nightmare” with auto-enrolment.

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