Navigating your way through IR35 changes

Stanton House - Navigating your way through IR35 changes
Posting date:18 Feb 2020

The government has launched a review into IR35 reforms which will have far reaching implications on the way private sector, medium and large sized organisations engage with contractors. The rules are due to change on the 6th April 2021 and will shift the responsibility for determining the tax status of a contractor from the worker to the end-user.

Our whitepaper explores how risk-averse and knee-jerk reactions to IR35 are depriving some companies of their competitive edge, and ultimately, their ability to attract the best interim talent. 

Download our whitepaper to learn:

  • Lessons learned from the public sector
  • How to identify where your IR35 risks lie
  • What to consider when refining your determination, payroll and reporting processes
  • What your next steps should be – use the simple check list 

Whether you are an employer that engages contractors or a contractor yourself, getting the right advice and ensuring you’re prepared is essential. We can offer guidance and provide the right solutions.

Contact us to learn how our solutions for individual testing and managed solutions can help mitigate your IR35 challenges. 

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