Posts filed under: IR35

Why Use a Compliant Umbrella Payroll Company

If you are a contractor, you have a number of options when it comes to payroll. You can set up your own limited company (if outside of IR35), or you can use an umbrella payroll provider. The odds are that... Read More

Why Should I Use Salary Sacrifice?

With the continued bulk of contracts falling inside of IR35, many contractors are being hit with a double-whammy. Workers are seeing an increase in the amount of HMRC contributions that they are liable for compared to working through their Limited... Read More

Expenses – Can You Or Can’t You?

With the changes to IR35 that were rolled-out on April 5th 2021, many contractors working in the private sectors have found that they can only be paid via an umbrella or internal PAYE. Under PAYE/umbrella, the way that these contractors... Read More

Off-Payroll Reforms: UPDATE

As stated yesterday there has been some confusion, and to a certain extent, worry regarding the proposed changes to IR35 that will be implemented next April. The section and change in question raised the possibility of an agency being defined... Read More

Off-Payroll Reforms & Umbrella Payroll

Recently it has come to light that part of the IR35 reform that is due to come into play next April will cause problems for both umbrella payroll services and agencies. The legislation as it currently stands has caused some... Read More

Amendment 20 & IR35

The IR35 reform that was postponed  until April 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation is still on track despite continued lobbying from those that oppose it. Since the announcement that IR35 was going to be rolled out to the... Read More

Off-Payroll Postponed Until 2021 In The Private Sector

In a compassionate move by HMRC, the implementation of IR35 into the private sector has been postponed until April 2021.  This is due to the impact Covid 19 has had on the everyday and working life of many. As much... Read More

It’s Happening – IR35 in the private sector is definitely on the way

So the 2020 budget has been published and much to the dismay of contractors working in the private sector, there has been no backtracking, reforms or changes. The planned changes due to be implemented in April are on track and... Read More

Umbrella Or PAYE

With April 2020 looming, many contractors are finding that they have to find an alternative pay method for receiving their remuneration. Most agencies are instructing contractors to use an umbrella company to be able receive payments from the agency, otherwise... Read More

Are You Looking At Me?

According to the employment appeals tribunal Addison Lee’s drivers are not self employed contractors.  If you were to ask Addison Lee they would tell you that they are. Their workers drive an Addison Lee car/van that has Addison Lee permanently displayed... Read More