71 per cent are unaware of the date IR35 will come in to effect.
Over half of contractors save in to a personal pension as businesses fear losing out on their talent due to IR35
62 per cent of large businesses are worried that IR35 will inhibit contractor talent.
Put an end to IR35 or delay it, IPSE and REC release election manifestos both addressing the legislation
Is time running out to scrap IR35 as 6th April 2020 fast approaches?
HMRC loses IR35 tribunal case raising concerns over the departments ‘credibility’ regarding the legislation
This is the second IR35 case this week where the contractor has defeated HMRC.
From 6th April 2020, IR35 will apply to companies in the private sector.
38 per cent think that the changes to legislation could be scrapped entirely.
RBS beat Allen & Overy, Channel 4, Freshfields LLP, HSBC UK, KPMG. and Macfarlanes.
The “big four banks” in the UK have decided to stop using contractors.
RBS in July said: “We will continue to engage contractors in line with IR35.”
HMRC will be making changes to its CEST tool in preparation for IR35.
HRreview provides a round-up of the articles in HR news this week.
Half of the big four UK banks this month have made this announcement.
IR35 will come into effect in April 2020 for the private sector.
Only 3 per cent think that the private sector will be ready for IR35.
2019 has been a very different year compared to 2018 for freelancers.