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24 February 2021 0 Comments
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Webinar: IR35 changes – what you need to know

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Changes to IR35, commonly known as the off-payroll working rules, are coming from 6 April. Join us for an Interactive HR Hub on Tuesday 2 March to learn when IR35 applies, how it affects employers, and what you can do to prepare for the changes.

IR35 changes webinar

Employment law expert Richard White will discuss the key changes and how you can prepare for them. During the discussion, which will be facilitated by Emma Summers of Juice Recruitment, you are welcome to share your experiences with fellow HR professionals in a safe and confidential environment (‘Chatham House’ rules apply).

About IR35 changes

From Tuesday 6 April 2021, private sector businesses that engage contractors or any “off-payroll” workers will become responsible for determining their employment status and paying Income Tax and NICs for those who are deemed to be employees.

Typically, IR35 rules apply to anyone who provides their services to another person or organisation through an intermediary, such as a personal service company (PSC).

Currently, the PSC determines whether the relationship between the contractor supplied to a client would in reality be one of employment if the contract was directly between the PSC and the end user.

With HMRC believing that 90% of PSCs who should apply IR35 are not doing so, the determination will shift to the end user.

The new rules will not apply to small organisations, but the new rules will apply if you satisfy 2 or more of the following conditions: (i) an annual turnover of more than £10.2 million; (ii) balance sheet total of more than £5.1 million; and (iii) more than 50 employees.

Who should attend:

HR professionals and anyone with responsibility for HR in their organisation

Event details

Date:         Tuesday 2 March 2021
Platform:  Zoom
Timings:   10:30am – 11.30am

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