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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 | Global Recruiter

3 in 5 contractors could jump ship if found to be inside IR35

30th Sep

Lack of preparation for IR35 tax reform in the private sector will put UK businesses at risk of a significant contractor talent drain, according to a survey of 500+ contractors by Brookson Legal.

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News | Computer Weekly

Private sector warned of ‘brain drain’ risk

30th Sep

Legal firm warns private sector companies about the risks of putting off preparations for the IR35 reforms that take effect next year.

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News | Accountancy Age

HMRC wins IR35 case against 3 BBC presenters

24th Sep

Tim Willcox, Joanna Gosling and David Eades were targeted by HMRC as part of a crackdown on freelancers using personal services companies to avoid certain taxes.

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News | Contractor UK

HMRC scrapes IR35 win against BBC trio who owe £920,000

20th Sep

HMRC has finally, narrowly, defeated three BBC presenters on IR35 because they were akin to employees and owe £920,000, even though it was the broadcaster who forced them to use PSCs in the first place.

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News | The Register

UK taxman wins tribunal case against BBC presenters

19th Sep

HMRC has won an IR35 tribunal against BBC journalists Joanna Gosling, David Eades and Tim Willcox. That is despite an earlier High Court ruling finding the corporation had forced them into the wrong contracts.

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News | Contractor UK

How much in income terms will April’s IR35 changes cost me?

20th Aug

What’s the minimum and maximum dent to take-home pay for PSCs whose engagers have ‘cease and desist’ PSC models in place due to the incoming Off-Payroll Tax? Is there any way to actually earn more than when I was a PSC?

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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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