Available on the Revenue’s website, the statement sets out how to decide whether the rules apply to you and what to do if they do.
The Revenue also provides an example and a blank step-by-step guide, which can be printed out to help calculate the payment.
Anti-IR35 body the Professional Contractors Group this week meets representatives of the Inland Revenue at the High Court in London, in a bid to have the controversial legislation overturned. IR35 is intended to hit contractors operating through service companies where they are the sole employee. But the PCG claims the Revenue’s crackdown is unfair because it taxes one-person businesses more harshly than large organisations.
Leaflet IR175 ‘Supplying services through a limited company or partnership’
This note shows where IR35 rules apply, and what to do if they do apply.
Andrew Tyrie airs views on the Finance Bill, 'Making Tax Policy Better' report, and Brexit
In our latest managing partner Q&A looking towards 2017, CVR Global's Richard Toone talks about recruitment, and the potential threat of competition from the legal sector, as key issues for the firm in the coming year
Deloitte to avoid tendering for government contracts over the next six months, to appease Theresa May following consultant's report that painted a less-than-flattering picture of Brexit plans
In our first Q&A looking towards 2017, Menzies senior partner Julie Adams flags up increasing digitisation, aligned with more hands-on consultative services, as the key mix for her practice