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IR35 may just look like two letters and two numbers, but it is actually one of the most commonly spoken about pieces of legislation in the contracting world.
What is it? Will it affect me? What does inside IR35 and outside IR35 mean? Can I still operate as a limited company director? Are all questions we hear frequently from new and existing contractors.
If this sounds like you and you have questions about IR35 then you’re in the right place. At SJD Accountancy we understand that the legislation can be difficult to understand, so we’ve put together a number of helpful guides without the jargon.
Update: at the time this article was written, the off-payroll (IR35) reforms were due to be implemented on the 6th April 2020. On the 17th March 2020, the UK government announced that it would be deferring the reforms to the 6th April 2021 to help businesses and individuals during the COVID-19 crisis.
As a sole trader, it’s important that you have a firm idea of the tax and legislation that applies to you, whether that’s Income Tax, VAT or even IR35
As a contractor, your contract is either classed as inside or outside IR35. But, what does it mean to be outside IR35? Find out here.
Got a question about IR35? We are here to help you get the answers you need with our comprehensive guide to IR35 for contractors.
Inside IR35? IR35 is one of the most important pieces of legislation as a contractor. Find out how it could affect your take home pay.
Are you a contractor, and wondering if you can operate through your limited company whilst inside IR35? Read our helpful guide to learn more.
Could being inside IR35 affect your take home pay? Find out why an IR35 calculator may not work for you and learn how to calculate your pay.
As a contractor, you need to know what a disguised employee is, and its impact on your day to day work. Learn more with our helpful guide.
What is IR35 and how could it affect your contract if you’re caught inside? Our guide explains all, and how an IR35 review could benefit you.
What is a Status Determination Statement (SDS)? Our useful guide covers the SDS document, what it includes and when you could receive one.
HMRC conduct business entity tests to find out whether a contractor is compliant with IR35. We explain the test process and what to expect.