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The new IR35 regulations mean that from 6 April 2021, in principle, it will be your business’ responsibility to determine the work and tax status of your contractors. However, many senior leaders are unsure whether the new laws will impact them, what the changes mean to their operations and how they should prepare.
Understand how changes may impact your business with Salt’s IR35 business solutions. Download the brochure for more information here.
How will IR35 affect my business?
IR35 (off-payroll working rules) is a tax legislation which was formally introduced by the UK Government in April 2000 to deal with tax avoidance from contractors who HMRC believe to be full-time employees. Broadly, IR35 law states that if a contractor does the same type of work as a full-time employee, then they should also be taxed as employees.
The responsibility for the IR35 assessment currently sits with the contractor themselves, however, from 6 April 2021, this responsibility will move from the contractor to the end-user (or the business that directly engages with the contractor).
This session is aimed at hiring managers, HR and procurement teams and is designed to support and educate them about potential risks and steps required to address the impact of the reforms. During this session you will learn:
– Overview of IR35 changes
– Lessons learnt from the public sector
– Outline risks and mitigation
– Practical steps and advice
In partnership with our specialist IR35 law firm, we’ll review your current contingent workforce and provide next steps.
– A detailed assessment of risks and impact on business
– Review of working practices
– Review by Head of Legal & Compliance and SRA regulated IR35 specialist law firm
Be confident that your recruitment process is compliant and manage third party suppliers all in one place.
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Tel: +44 (0)203 817 4944
Head of Compliance & Contractor Management
Tel: +44 (0)203 675 5083
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