The IR35 tax legislation was introduced as a means of distinguishing between employees and self-employed contractors. At La Fosse, we've been following the development of this government legislation closely, and have taken advice from several sources on the matter, including APSCo, employment and tax lawyers, all the way through to individual contractors and other recruitment companies.
To learn more about how the new IR35 regulations will affect you, follow the links below:
IR35 Demystified – A La Fosse Event
In advance of IR35 being implemented in the UK private sector on 6th April 2020, La Fosse hosted an exclusive IR35 panel event to inform businesses who hire contractors about the changes and help them prepare.
Follow-up blogs detailing the event's discussions can be accessed here:
Partner at Osborne Clarke
Kevin Barrow is a long-standing Partner of international legal practice Osborne Clarke, advising staffing companies on a variety of topics including commercial deals, mergers and acquisitions.
Director at giant group
Daniel Haslam is Group Sales Director at giant group, an award-winning professional services firm specialising in the management of temporary staff, since 2016. Giant group provides end-to-end workforce management software and support services on a global scale for businesses of all sizes.
General Counsel at APSCo
Tania Bowers is an expert in employment, recruitment and talent on all levels, currently serving as General Counsel at APSCo – the Association of Professional Staffing Companies – where she is responsible for lobbying, public affairs, and liaising with government and stakeholders such as HMRC, among other responsibilities.
Client Director at Richard Adams Group
Darren Offord has been the IR35 Readiness Consultant for La Fosse since 2018 and the Client Director at Richard Adams Group since 2016. Through a career spanning over two decades, Darren has built a wealth of experience in supply chain management and transformation, supplier management software solutions, and the governance, risk and management of regulators and legislation.
For more information on these changes, how IR35 is assessed, and what the new legislation means for your business, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
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