Changes to IR35 – What should employers do to prepare?

In April 2020 there will be significant changes to the way in which contractual arrangements involving personal services companies are treated for tax purposes.

End-user clients will become responsible for assessing whether an individual would be an employee if they had a direct contractual relationship with the client and potentially for deducting tax and National Insurance contributions (NICs) from payments.

The Hogan Lovells Employment and Tax teams hosted a webinar explaining the changes and how employers can prepare for them, including:

  • what procedures will need to be in place before April
  • how to assess whether an individual would be an "employee" but for the use of the personal service company
  • possible alternatives to engaging contractors through intermediaries

View Here: Changes to IR35 – What should employers do to prepare?


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