DWP pays £87.9m to HMRC following IR35 dispute
The Department for Work and Pensions had to pay HMRC £87.9m in the 2020/21 financial year, after it made ‘historic errors’ relating to IR35.
What contractors should know about Gary Lineker’s £4.9m IR35 case
If you stay tuned into the world of IR35, news of HMRC pursuing another celebrity in an IR35 case won’t have come as too much of a surprise.
What do contractors really think about IR35 reform?
Taking the significance of IR35 into account, in our Contractor Survey 2020, we asked contractors how they felt about the reforms.
What Might the World of Contracting Look Like After IR35 Reform?
The IR35 reforms are due to go ahead in April 2021. We gaze into our magic ball and wonder, what lies ahead for changes in IR35 in 2021?
What do Contractors Think of HMRC’s IR35 Reform Communications?
With the off-payroll reforms fast approaching, HMRC carried out a study into the quality of their communications.
IR35 Reforms Delayed
As one of the most controversial pieces of legislation affecting the flexible workforce, IR35 is never far from the headlines and usually, the stories are of confusion and consternation amongst…