BROOKSON LEGAL IN THE MEDIA

Stay up to date with the latest news stories featuring Brookson Legal as we share our thoughts and advice on the upcoming changes to IR35 in the Private Sector.

News | Contractor UK

What should I do with my limited company once IR35 changes?

7th Aug

In the event that I decide to work inside IR35 from April 2020, or work through an umbrella company, or even join the client's payroll, what should my first consideration be with my limited company?

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News | Contractor UK

Is inside IR35, agency paye or umbrella paye best from April 2020?

2nd Aug

What's the best option as a limited company contractor from April 6th 2020 - work inside IR35, join the agency's payroll or, work via umbrella company?

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| MSN

Ministry of Justice & Defra receive huge fines

12th Jan

As shown by the 2020-2021 annual reports and accounts for the MoJ, HMRC found that incorrect IR35 determinations were made by the department.

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News | Amed Post

HMRC hits the Ministry of Justice & Defra with ‘huge’ IR35 fines as contractors struggle

12th Jan

HMRC has issued more IR35 tax penalties to the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). These bodies have been issued with tax bills totalling just over £120million for IR35 non-compliance.

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News | Energy Voice

IR35: An opportunity for strategic leadership

6th Jan

As energy demands and prices recover from the pandemic, production pressure on the oil and gas industry has rapidly increased in 2021. Many companies are finding it difficult to recruit and, importantly, retain the talented professionals they rely on.

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| The California Sun

The Ministry of Justice & Defra hit with IR35 fines

21st Dec

These public bodies have been issued with tax bills totalling just over £120million for IR35 non-compliance.

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News | The Manufacturer

Nearly 90% of manufacturers forced to increase contractor rates since April 2021

8th Dec

UK businesses using contractors and freelancers have faced significant cost increases since the introduction of changes to the ‘off payroll working rules’ or IR35, new research has revealed.

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News | Contractor UK

Rishi Sunak sent final wishes on IR35, umbrella regulation, before Autumn Budget 2021

25th Oct

The pandemic will preoccupy the chancellor at Autumn Budget 2021, making even the best thing he could do for UK contractors – regulate umbrella companies – an outside bet.

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News | Energy Voice

Brookson Legal: Don’t get left behind in the competition for flexible talent

7th Oct

The energy industry has traditionally relied on skilled contractors for project delivery, offering an attractive route for flexible work long before many other sectors realised its benefits.

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News | Express

‘I feel persecuted’: Self-employed workers abandon sector to avoid IR35 tax reforms

7th Oct

IR35 issues continue to plague the self-employed and unfortunately, the tax problems are forcing some freelancers to leave the sector. For those who decide to remain, their income levels are likely to continue to struggle.

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