As we know, from April 2021 the rules for engaging individuals through personal service companies are changing. The responsibility for determining whether the off-payroll working rules (IR35) apply, will move to the organisation receiving an individual’s services.
Understanding where and how your current workforce are operating is an essential first step in determining IR35 status and although this is a big step in the process, there are many other factors to consider, including contractor communication, process initiation and talent strategy post-April 2021.
At our “IR35 Changes & Obligations – A Conversation with HMRC” webinar, we heard from industry experts Ben Jones from HMRC, Matt Fryer from Brookson Legal and Paul Lloyd from Brookson Group, who helped us to understand what you need to do to prepare in advance of the date.
- The upcoming legislation changes
- End-hirer responsibilities from April
- HMRC views on “reasonable care”
- How to manage risk in the supply chain
- Impact on outsourced services and statement of work (SOW)
- …and much more!
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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.