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On 6th April 2021, the rules around off-payroll working (IR35) will undergo some important changes. These will have a significant impact on recruiters, both at employment agencies or in-house. It’s highly recommended that you seek expert advice if you think this is likely to affect you.
(Note: Due to the Covid-19 emergency, the government has postponed the scheduled changes to the rules surrounding IR35 in the private sector. These will now be introduced on 6th April 2021, a year later than originally planned.)
To help explain what all this means, we have a free, downloadable, business guide called ‘What do recruiters need to know about IR35?’.
IR35 is the name given to the off-payroll working rules set by HMRC. The rules are also referred to as ‘disguised employment’ and affect any worker providing services via a Personal Service Company (PSC). The rules are designed to ensure that workers pay the correct amount of Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions based on their employment status.
Our free PDF explores the following topics:
On 12th November 2019, we hosted a webinar all about IR35 and the government’s impending changes.
The webinar was hosted by IR35 expert Crawford Temple from Professional Passport, who explained what the government’s changes mean for recruiters and the contractors and end-clients they work with. We discussed everything you need to do to prepare before 6th April 2020, and answered a series of questions from our audience.
We also discussed our IR35 Navigator tool which helps recruiters, end-clients or contractors check the IR35 status of an assignment, and explained how this could help your agency win new clients.
The webinar is now available in its entirety below:
Our “What is IR35?” hub is the place to head for all things IR35 – we have an independent IR35 Navigator tool to help contractors, recruiters and end-clients understand their IR35 risk, a jargon-free IR35 business guide as well as articles explaining everything you need to know about IR35.
Unfortunately, IR35 isn’t the only new piece of legislative change that recruiters need to keep their eyes on. On the 6th April 2020, agency workers will need to be provided with a Key Information Document before they agree terms with a business or agency.
You can read all about Key Information Documents (or KIDs) in our Knowledge article, “What is a Key Information Document and why do agency workers need one?“.