[Podcast] IR35 Reform: Preparing for Change

After a year’s delay, IR35 is confirmed to come into effect for private companies from 6 April 2021. Ultimately effecting the contractor workforce, there are a number of areas that end-hirers and employers need to be aware of and action to ensure compliance. IHR’s Natasha Preocanin sat down with expert Matt Fryer of Brookson Legal to discuss everything there is to know about the new reform!

Topics Discussed:

  • An introduction to IR35
  • The impact on the end-hirer and what’s changed
  • What exactly is reasonable care?
  • How will HMRC police it
  • How employers can prepare for the reform
  • Tools and technologies – is CEST the answer?
  • Dealing with contractor queries and pay rates
  • …and much more!

Take a listen to the full podcast or watch the highlights video for some of the key highlights!

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Brookson Legal is an SRA regulated law firm that provides a range of IR35 solutions to the flexible working supply chain.

Part of the Brookson Group, they have been supporting hirers, agencies and contractors with IR35 for over 20 years, carrying out thousands of employment status assessments each year.


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