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IR35

IR35 was introduced in 2000 and is aimed at ensuring that only contractors genuinely in business on their own account are able to take advantage of tax planning opportunities. If in effect, you are a temporary employee of your end client you will be taxed as a “deemed employee”.

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IR35

IR35 has been a fact of life for UK contractors for some time now, and if you’re contracting through your own limited company, it’s something that you need to know about. In this article, we’ll explain what it is, how it affects contractors like you, what the up-coming changes are all about and what you can do to protect yourself and your income.

IR35

If you’ve done any contracting work in the public sector since April 2017, you’ll be familiar with the idea of someone else determining your IR35 status. From April 2021, many private-sector contractors will experience the same situation. The decision may be taken out of your hands, but this shouldn’t leave you helpless and we’d encourage you to be actively involved in the process.

IR35

Given that private-sector IR35 reform has been delayed and is now due to take place in April 2021, you could be forgiven for thinking you and your clients have plenty of time left to prepare. Many recruiters and are thinking that way, and it’s understandable.

How to Help Your Clients Prepare for IR35 Reform: A Recruiter's Guide. Click here to download>>

IR35

If you’re working through your own limited company in the UK, you need to have a least a basic understanding of IR35. You don’t necessarily need to become an expert, but it is important that you understand how it affects you. In this article we’ll explain what you as a contractor need to know.

The Contractor's Guide to IR35. Click here to download>>

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