Private Sector IR35 Reform News

‘Far too much to do in too little time, unless of course the review recommends nothing.’

Chancellor condemned for living up to neither the letter nor the spirit of his election promise.

The later than expected Budget may have the IR35 reform review to blame.

A growing number of experts see ‘cease and desist’ PSC policies as lacking staying power.

GSK, Wells Fargo, Aberdeen Standard Life and Rolls-Royce drive PSCs out of their ranks -- for good.

Risk is calling almost all the shots being fired at ‘Ltd’ suppliers. The government ought now to listen.

Four off-payroll fundamentals that PSC workers can’t afford not to broach. And in order.

Despite being the last major party to pledge an IR35 reform review, it’s a resounding win for Boris Johnson and his Tories.

Confusion-cleared-up? Logic? Or a sign of just how convoluted IR35 has become?

PSCs to soon have ‘IR35 certainty,’ even if that means getting just 8 weeks’ lead time.

Agency body asks the next government to halt reform, given IT contractor demand is already in the red.

The party’s vow to axe April’s rules is ‘clarified’ as a plan to look at them and seek replacement.

Word-for-word: what Labour has now put on the record about April 2020's rules.

Chancellor’s pledge for Tories to ‘see if the IR35 changes are right’ fails to win hearts and minds.

Contractor body reveals which politician said what -- and to what effect at its small business pitch-off.

Jeremy Corbyn’s party goes one better than the Lib Dems, saying stopping IR35 is now official policy.

It may be outside the public sector, and inside of Whitehall, but a review of off-payroll proposals is ‘freelance-friendly.’

Respected asset management firm testing its PSCs with HMRC’s discredited tool.

The ITV, Sky News and Channel 5 presenter deals the taxman another status blow.

Jo Swinson, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn leave IR35 out of their business community pitches.

PSCs at HSBC and M&G get extended until March, as talent and cost alerts persist.

A status square-off between two public sector giants has led to a potentially calculated throwing in of the towel.

‘No need to be concerned?’ Or the start of a ‘guilty until proven otherwise fishing expedition’?

Five specialisms that are ‘hot’ right now, and five more to get you through the cold snap.

Ten contractor supporters join this website in calling the elected to stand against further IR35 reform.

A scrapping of Budget 2019 doesn’t dictate the same fate, or a deferral, for IR35 changes.

Top advisers condemn an IR35 briefing note for barely scratching the surface of what’s to come.

Crudely forming collectives is something HMRC will be wise to, if not now by next April -- Qdos.

Brexit set to boss Sajid Javid’s Budget into making no Loan Charge or IR35 changes.

All PSCs who want to keep their ‘jobs’ will be IR35-caught, with no rate rises to compensate.