Off-payroll working rules (IR35) can apply if a worker (sometimes known as a contractor) provides their services through their own limited company or another type of intermediary to the client. An intermediary will usually be the worker’s own … Continue reading Everything you need to know about IR35 rules
Chief treasury secretary Steve Barclay this evening announced that the IR35 tax reforms would be pushed back by one year, less than a week after the controversial measures were confirmed in the Budget. Speaking at the despatch box in today’s … Continue reading IR35 Reforms Delayed
The uncertainty of Brexit still hangs in the air like the smell of smoke on 6th November, but HMRC will still expect your tax returns to be filed regardless of Britain's position in or out of the EU. Another month has passed and with Easter on the … Continue reading March at Avanti – What did you miss?
We recently helped a client (Client A) that had a query as to whether their workers were actually self-employed or employed. This is a common question we are asked by clients, more so now since the introduction of the IR35 legislation. Like many … Continue reading Case Study – IR35