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administrator
2nd March 2017, 11:15
From April 2017, contractors working in the public sector could find themselves taking home less pay if they are pushed down the 'inside IR35' route.

With the April deadline fast approaching, the topic many contractors are talking about is 'IR35 Reform in the Public Sector'.

The forthcoming legislation will move the responsibility to determine IR35 status from you, the contractor, to the end client, agency or other third party paying your limited company.

It is likely that they will apply a risk averse approach and deem all contracts to be inside IR35, where perhaps before contractors had thought of themselves as being outside. Meaning you could find yourself paying more tax in April 2017.

This is the latest in Orange Genie's successful series of webinars and is scheduled to follow the release of the revised legislation, so we can share our anaylsis and advice. This means the exact itinery is subject to change.

Barring unexpected developments, we’ll be discussing:

- IR35 - the present position and how it will change in April
- The implications of the changes and what they might mean for your limited company
- Potential solutions - what are your options and what will be the best ways for you to work after April
- Frequently asked questions - covering some of the important issues contractors have asked us about over the last few weeks
- You will have the opportunity to submit your questions in advance and in real time to pick the brains of our IR35 specialists.

Register here (http://www.cukjobs.co.uk/ClickTrack/redirect.ashx?file=http://info.orangegenie.com/contractor-uk-ir35-webinar-march-17&page=webinar,forum).

RonBW
2nd March 2017, 11:26
WEBINAR DATE: Wed 15th March 2017
WEBINAR TIME: 7.15pm
WEBINAR DURATION: 1 hour

Moumunne
3rd March 2017, 21:26
I need help😰, I am a Locum doctor. Is there any way I can avoid IR35?

RonBW
3rd March 2017, 22:05
I need help😰, I am a Locum doctor. Is there any way I can avoid IR35?

Highly unlikely - junior doctors fail all three tests of self-employment, consultants probably fail the Alexander test :(

teapot418
4th March 2017, 05:42
Highly unlikely - junior doctors fail all three tests of self-employment, consultants probably fail the Alexander test :(

Depends what sort of doctor - could be a GP, in which case it's arguable from a case law point of view, but at the end of the day it's the client who decides.

Dan@OrangeGenie
6th March 2017, 12:28
I need help😰, I am a Locum doctor. Is there any way I can avoid IR35?

Hi Moumunne,

I will be hosting the webinar.

It depends on your role. If you're paid directly from the NHS body then they, the Public Sector body, will determine your status.

If you are not controlled in the services you deliver then there may be opportunity to 'avoid IR35' but you really need a full assessment of your circumstances. This is what I strongly recommend and not gaining comfort from a forum.