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    Amendments tabled to curb umbrella companies

    Two amendments have been tabled the Finance Bill currently passing through parliament to ‘curb or kill’ umbrella companies. The post Amendments tabled to curb umbrella companies appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    Thousands of mini umbrella companies abusing tax system

    About 48,000 ‘mini umbrella’ companies have been created in the past five years in a bid to reduce recruitment agencies’ tax and national insurance liabilities. The post Thousands of mini umbrella companies abusing tax system appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    Gary Lineker faces IR35 tax accusation

    HMRC has accused football and TV star Gary Lineker of having a £4.9m tax liability and of being a ‘disguised employee’ under IR35. The post Gary Lineker faces IR35 tax accusation appeared first on Personnel Today. Source Article More

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    Four in 10 firms unprepared for IR35

    Shutterstock Nearly four in 10 (38%) mid-sized organisations are not prepared for the introduction of IR35 off-payroll working changes, with just under three weeks to go until they take effect. According to accountancy firm Grant Thornton, only six in 10 employers are ready for the upcoming changes, despite organisations having had an additional year to […] More

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    IR35: An opportunity to rethink how skills are sourced?

    Shutterstock Before the pandemic the conversation around the extension of IR35 into the private sector was dominated by reports of blanket-bans on contractors and fears of bureaucracy. But, as Ashleigh Webber reports, organisations may now see it as an opportunity to think about how they source the skills needed for recovery. There’s been no shortage […] More

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    April 2021 employment law changes: five things for HR to do

    Bychykhin Olexandr / Shutterstock While continuing to deal with the impact of coronavirus, HR professionals must ensure that their organisation complies with the usual raft of April employment law changes. In April 2021, these changes include the extension of IR35 reforms to the private sector, a tweak to the national minimum wage age bands, and […] More

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    Budget March 2021: Tax rises not ruled out

    The Chancellor faces pressure not to hike taxes this weekPA Images / Alamy Stock Photo Chancellor Rishi Sunak has not ruled out tax rises in this week’s budget (3 March) after saying that he wants an “honest and fair” route towards paying back national debt while supporting people back into work. Speaking at the weekend, […] More

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    Top 10 HR questions February 2021: Vaccination and IR35

    Telnov Oleksii / Shutterstock Can employers insist on their staff having a coronavirus vaccination? As the UK vaccination programme extends to include younger age groups, HR is asking about the implications for their workforce. Reforms to the “IR35 rules” on off-payroll working come into force in the private sector on 6 April 2021. FAQs on […] More

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