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IR 35 and the private sector

Businesses which use the services of freelancers who operate through a Personal Service Company have a big decision to make over the coming months. From April 2020, medium and large companies, as defined by the terms of the Companies Acts, will have to operate the “IR35” rules, (more correctly the “intermediaries legislation”), in cases where they form the opinion that, in the absence of their PSC, the individual providing their services to the business would be an employee of the company.

Businesses will need to prepare thoroughly and decide on their approach. Preparation is going to be key and identifying the key individuals in the organisation who are going to have to cope with this problem and ensuring they are properly prepared, trained up and informed about the new rules is a serious issue facing many business over the coming months.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The course should be of interest to anyone advising on the tax, hr and the legal implications of these proposed changes, anyone dealing with the PAYE implications of the change on behalf of their company/organisation and all individuals who currently use a PSC and who may well face big tax changes as a result of these new rules.

CPD Hours: 6

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Course Content

What is IR35?

  • Employed or a Self-employed – the Tests ?
  • Recent Decided cases and their implications
  • Implications

Proposed new legislation

  • Rules up to April 2017
  • Public sector rules from April 2017
  • Private sector rules from April 2020

Practical Implications

  • Consequences for the End-user
  • Consequences for the PSC user

Some case study examples and calculations

Planning options and possibilities?

  • How to get ready?
  • HMRC’s CEST tool?
  • Individual reviews or a global approach?

Real life examples and calculations

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