Private sector off-payroll IR35 legislation was published in draft form this week in the Finance Bill 2019/20. The legislation was basically the same as discussed during the consultation process. This makes it almost identical the rules in the public sector.
The murky world of loan schemes is getting a whole lot murkier with a new breed of dodgy loan schemes. Contractors need to make sure their umbrella company provider is not actually a loan scheme in disguise.
We are very pleased to announce that we are now accredited by Professional Passport for Umbrella and CIS Sole Trader solutions. Professional Passport is the largest independent assessor of payroll solution compliance in the UK. They work with all aspects of the contractor industry from contractors themselves right through to accountancy and umbrella providers. Professional…
We are very pleased to announce we are now working with then industry leading independent feedback platform Feefo! Feefo allows only genuine Exceed customers to review our service via a secure, trust worthy and independent system.
The impact on both contractors and the companies that hire them is likely to be enormous when the IR35 off payroll private sector reform lands in April 2020. Even just a casual examination of the impact of the same changes made in the public sector in April 2017 backs up this forecast.