Rec alert: HMRC hint IR35 will hit private sector

Rec alert: HMRC hint IR35 will hit private sector

HMRC has dropped strong hints that IR35 changes could soon be rolled out to the private sector, despite being slammed as a ‘failed’ reform.

The news will put private sector recruiters on high alert, having witnessed the disdain with which their public-sector hiring colleagues treated the tax law changes.

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  • Purple Star
    Purple Star
    Wed, 1 Nov 2017 7:34pm GMT
    A savvy consulting organisation could/should/would start to look for those who had been there, done that in successfully putting through the IR35 reforms... and recruit them to manage it in the private sector.

    Especially to learn why it's not necessary to increase the prices to accommodate the employer's NI... when the person should've been paying it anyway. Hold firm on prices, buyers!!

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