Off-Payroll Working Legislation
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Since 2017, we have been working with our public sector clients and candidates to ensure that we provide the most up-to-date information and guidance relating to the off-payroll working rules.
As they come into effect in the private and third sector on April 6th 2021, we want to ensure we provide the best support to make sure our clients and candidates are fully prepared.
Whether it is via a webinar with our client organisatons or our interim managers, our podcast with Nicole Slowey, Operations Director at Qdos Contractor, or a collection of frequently asked questions, we are here to support you every step of the way.
If you would like an individual conversation or have any further questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you ready for Off-Payroll working? What clients and candidates in the private sector need to know about the latest IR35 reform
On April 6th 2021, new rules for IR35 will come into effect across the private sector. Ilana Samuels, Operations Manager at Odgers Interim, discusses the changes and explains what candidates and clients need to know now
The off-payroll working rules
Q: How do we determine whether we are a medium to large-sized company?
A: You are a medium or large-sized company if you meet two of the following criteria for two consecutive financial years:
What is IR35?
IR35 first became law in April 2000. The UK government initiated this anti-tax avoidance legislation in a bid to make sure that individuals working in a temporary capacity via an intermediary such as a personal...
We invite Nicole Slowey, Operations Director at Qdos, to come back for a second podcast to discuss IR35 legislation and the off-payroll working rules. Already in play in the public sector, IR35 will come into force in the private...
Grant Speed our Global Managing Director, discusses the government’s decision to delay IR35 reforms and explains how private organisations should use the additional time