IR35 changes delayed

It only took a worldwide pandemic, but the government agreed on the 17 March 2020 to delay the forthcoming changes to IR35. Read more

IR35: If you can’t beat them….change the legislation! - Part Two

Following two consultations, the draft legislation to amend IR35 was released on 11 July. In the second of two articles, Kye Burchmore of RIFT Legal Services looks at how these rules will apply in... Read more

IR35: If you can’t beat them….change the legislation!

Who will be affected by the changes? IR35 was first introduced in 2000 to stop individuals who would otherwise be employees from operating through a limited company to gain a more tax-efficient way... Read more

IR35 Tax Reforms - the latest updates for 2019

The Intermediaries Legislation (IR35) which was first introduced in the early 2000’s, has the purpose to retract tax advantages for individuals who present themselves as a limited business. The aim... Read more

Number of HMRC investigations into IR35 trebles in matter of months

• 193 new investigations in less than a year Read more

IR35: The Saga Continues...

Hopes were raised that the Government would take the opportunity in the Budget on 23 March 2011 to abolish IR35 – the intermediaries legislation variously described as the ‘personal service company’... Read more

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