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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

Outcry from recruitment industry as IR35 remains on course for April 2020.

11th Jul

The government has published the Finance Bill in which they confirm they will go ahead with the implementation of IR35 in April 2020.

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News | Contractor UK

Why the ticking timebomb of IR35 can be defused by Finance Bill 2019-20

10th Jul

With uncertainty over IR35 reform in the private sector stretching back to when the reform was first mooted -- early 2016, tomorrow's publication of Finance Bill 2019-20 can't come soon enough.

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News | Contractor UK

RBS initiates ‘pro contractors’ IR35 reform policy

1st Jul

Royal Bank of Scotland has become the first big-name organisation thats stands to be affected by private sector IR35 reform to take a 'pro contractor' stance, ContractorUK has learnt.

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News | OGV Energy

Tax legislation limbo for UK Businesses

26th Jun

45% of UK businesses yet to take any action on IR35 whilst 21% of firms have taken steps to specifically steal a march on their competitors.

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News | HR News

Ill-judged IR35 crackdown – Contractors at risk

15th Jun

Thousands of UK contractors face an uncertain future ahead of new tax legislation coming into force, research by Brookson Legal has revealed.http://brookson.vm/wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=publication

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News | Financial Times

Freelancers face a looming tax nightmare

9th Jun

IR35 aims to crack down on those who are 'disguised employees'. The off-payroll rules were first introduced in 2000 by the then chancellor Gordon Brown. Known as "IR35" after the government release which announced the policy, the rules are designed to crack down on tax avoidance by people who HM Revenue & Customs considers to be "disguised employees".

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News | HR Magazine

Employers risk losing contractors in IR35 changes

30th May

More than half of UK firms (59%) admit to considering taking a blanket approach to managing IR35 legislation because they don't have the time to assess contractors individually, according to a survey be Brookson Legal.

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News | Financial Times

Freelance workers in the dark about IR35 tax reforms

29th May

Freelance workers are being left in the dark by hiring companies about far-reaching tax changes starting next year, which business groups have warned will embroil workers and groups in disputes and red tape.

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