Webinar – IR35: Is your business ready for the Off-payroll Reform?
Recruitment Accountants and Qdos hosted this IR35 webinar, covering how your business should prepare for the IR35 off payroll changes.
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The IR35 off-payroll reform in the private sector is one of the biggest changes to hit the recruitment industry. It’s been delayed until 6 April 2021 as part of the additional support the government provided for businesses and individuals to deal with the economic impacts of coronavirus.
Recruitment Accountants and Qdos hosted this webinar, covering the following:
An overview of the IR35 Off-payroll reform
How it will affect your recruitment business
The contractual chain: which party is liable for what?
How to prepare for these changes
Marie is a Partner and Recruitment Industry Sector Specialist at UHY Hacker Young and jointly heads up the recruitment department with Stuart. Marie has been actively involved in developing the unique sector specific service offering using technology and her industry knowledge, rapidly gaining a reputation as a key advisor to the recruitment industry.
John is a Tax Partner at UHY Hacker Young and has been working with the firm since 2001. He deals with Corporate tax and Employment tax matters and has advised on many significant transactions and planning exercises covering these and other taxes, as well as helping clients deal with HMRC’s ever-changing regulatory requirements.
Dominic is Head of Business Development at Qdos. Having worked at the forefront of contractor recruitment for 18 years, Dominic provides high-quality IR35 & insurance solutions in the evolving employment and business landscape.
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