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From April 6th 2017, IR35 status for Public Sector Contracting will be determined by the client, not the contractor.

For more information on these upcoming changes visit Public Sector Contracting. You can also have a look at what the contractors and industry experts are saying about it in our Public Sector IR35 Forum.

If you are unsure of your IR35 status you can get an IR35 contract review. You can also cover your tax and IR35 risks with IR35 insurance.

There is further IR35 information below.

Two studies put one in three contractors as not caught by the ‘damning’ April 6th rules.

A multi-million pound worker compensation bill could compel droves of employers – and self-employed individuals – to act.

The taxman is trying to blow the whistle on the Match of the Day presenter, but experts say he’s got an open goal -- his brand.

Chatting is recommended to help keep the weight of formal disagreements to a mere ‘deluge.’

Taxman takes on board two errors he made, but is warned: ‘I shall keep nit-picking.’

Contentious reforms to the Intermediaries legislation are finally here. But what do they mean for you?

Agencies have had to ‘pick their battles’ to succeed in preparing end-users for Tuesday’s ‘big difference’ – SThree.

Ominous warning implies that 25 errors in a single Revenue webinar could be just the tip of the iceberg.

Top adviser to contractors sullied by the Revenue, for taking too much ‘reasonable care’ in his assessment of official advice to agencies.

Off-payroll workers on cusp of a possible sea change, as blanketing and banning starts getting reviewed and reversed.

Agencies and lawyers try to put the off-payroll legislation’s tweaks into practical terms.

Chancellor fails to mention the April rules, which advisers say the government has 700,000 new reasons to ‘blindingly’ press ahead with.

Not actioning your sub clause (because you think you can’t substitute), doesn’t render it 'unrealistic.'

The ‘crackers’ chancellor reportedly wants to turn the IR35 screw further, by hiking tax on single-customer PSCs.

The Adams verdict will reassure the many being forced from bonafide businesses which they’ve built from scratch.

Despite its narrow applicability, a ruling in favour of the TV host will still likely inspire contractors to collect more badges.

Off-payroll paradox: 11th hour 'supporting customers' rhetoric is at odds with the deployment of a new 'specialist team.'

Despite talking a good game, agents quietly admit off-payroll effects will last between one year and forever.

April’s off-payroll rules compel professional services, banking, telecoms, oil, digital, and investment clients to no longer hire PSCs.

Off-payroll study: the ticking clock and HMRC’s track record aren’t instilling much confidence in the incoming findings.

Pandemic ‘survival’ mode snookers off-payroll comms from reaching most PSCs.

Alert over history repeating itself, partly as you ‘sold your soul to the devil’ by forming a limited company.

Taxman will have a task accusing PSCs of gaming the system to get desirable outcomes, experts suggest.

Taxman’s tool to decide contractor IR35 status is indecisive almost a fifth of the time.

Jesse Norman admits it’s an episode he’s never heard of before, and has no appetite to repeat.

An official forecast is downgraded to an ‘estimate.’ And then downgraded from that to ‘finger in the air guesswork.’

A welcome approach, or ‘particularly inappropriate?’ Or is it worse -- enough to ‘push PSCs over the edge?’

It comes from ‘that’ minister, but a statement confirming intermediaries aren’t brollies or agencies is welcomed as a ‘good start.’

PSCs given a pass from the taxman, and some new resources -- indicating April’s reform isn’t moving anywhere.

Another shutdown of workplaces and the economy reopens the case for an off-payroll rules respite.

What may have made PSCs ‘distinguishable’ is no more, as London, Leeds and elsewhere mandate WfH.

UK’s contractor trade body says government is disincentivising flexible work, just when it needs it the most.

Defer to the IR35 guidance, says the taxman, clearing up confusion but not apologising for it.

Off-payroll poll finds the bulk of PSCs can’t continue as they are today due to IR35 changing.

Two TV presenters are heading back to court over status, but only one of them wants the rerun.

Consultancy giant says Control, Mutuality and Part & Parcel are swinging in contractors’ favour thanks to the pandemic.

New Revenue research into next year’s IR35 reform labelled ‘highly questionable.’

Significant win on Mutuality against a high-profile PSC came just at the right time, says off-payroll expert.

HMRC puts one in the back of the net against Kickabout. But it’s not without those who contest it.

Contractor? Expert? MP? Even a Lord? It makes no difference, off-payroll adviser says, you’ll still be ignored.

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