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IR35 changes delayed until 2021

Covid-19 emergency postpones tax reforms The UK government has delayed proposed changes to the IR35 tax rules until 2021 in response to the COVID-19 crisis.  MP Steve Barclay, the chief secretary to the treasury, unexpectedly announced the move on the evening of March 17th and was keen to stress that it was merely a postponement.

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Blog – IR35 Changes: Risk and Responsibility in the Private Sector

IR35 Changes The planned changes to the UK’s Inland Revenue 35 (IR35) Laws are intended to create a clear distinction between independent contractors and full-time employees.  By determining employment status, HMRC hopes to ensure that proper tax contributions are obtained.  In order to achieve this, IR35 shifts the responsibility for determining the status of workers

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Blog – Making Tax Digital for VAT

MTD has landed We first examined Making Tax Digital (MTD), and the arguments surrounding it, back in 2017.  Now that the dust has settled and MTD has come into force, it seems a good time for another look.   From VAT periods commencing 1st April, MTD now applies for most companies that have taxable turnover above

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