Webinar

IR35 – what changes are expected in April 2021?

The delayed changes to the IR35 rules are due to come into effect in April 2021. These rules will potentially make private sector employers liable for determining the tax status of their contractors and the aim is to discourage ‘disguised employment’.

In this webinar, Rhys Wyborn – partner in our employment team reminds employers of what the changes are, who they apply to and what the implications of the new IR35 rules will be.

We cover:

An introduction to IR35 and what these rules mean
What is changing in April 2021
Employment status determination – what needs to be done
What this means for employers
Practical steps to be done now in preparation
Our thoughts

All the latest views and insights.

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