TaxPersonal TaxInland Revenue revamps IR35 FAQs

Inland Revenue revamps IR35 FAQs

The Inland Revenue has reorganised the IR35 section of its website to include new FAQs on the controversial tax rule and an FAQ search engine.

Such is the interest in IR35, which removes many of the tax advantages previously held by contractors operating through one-person companies, that the Revenue felt the need to upgrade its offering.

The new page can be viewed at www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk/ir35/faq.htm

AccountancyAge.com has its own archive of IR35 material, including useful links to IR35 websites. To visit, click the link on the left-hand side of the page.

Links

Inland Revenue FAQs

IR35 section

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