Changes to off-payroll in the private sector are set to roll out in April 2021. They may be a year late, but they’re coming! It’s expected that several limited company contractors may find themselves inside IR35 at some point in the future, and as a result, umbrella companies may see …
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Off-payroll in the public sector came into effect a few years ago now, and the impact on the temporary workforce has been massive. Hats off to all the public sector organisations that took the legislation seriously and had reliable and efficient IR35 assessment protocols in place. Unfortunately, loads of companies …
While life appears to be returning to something approaching reality, the view ahead is not quite so cheery.
As you may recall, we have a new intern at UCHQ.
In terms of her education, the going has been decidedly slow.
I found her the other day, browsing the hashtag #umbrella on Instagram. “These purple ones look nice, don’t they, Ed?”
I felt my blood pressure rising. “Have you looked into IR35 yet?” I asked.
The government has fulfilled its budget promise and issued the IR35 discussion document. Should it worry contractors? Only if MPs take a huge pay cut
You may think that only large firms and multinationals need to worry about things such as cyber security, but even contractors need to be aware of the dangers!
Four months after the AWR were implemented there is still an area of uncertainty surrounding the position of limited company contractors.
Some umbrella company contractors have been getting anxious in case HMRC uses the newly proposed GAAR to hound them.
Umbrella company contractors are more likely to find opportunities with small businesses, according to the results of a recent survey.
Interim managers who work through an umbrella company should have noticed an increase in demand for their services towards the end of last year, mainly from the financial services and banking sectors.
A recent survey by the PCG found that most limited company contractors think the UK’s economic landscape will not improve next year.
Private sector suppliers, including limited company contractors, are focusing increasingly on their cashflow and threatening clients with legal action if they do not settle their invoices in a timely manner.
A new survey has revealed that although most employers have a high regard for PAYE umbrella company contractors, a significant number have an antediluvian opinion of them.
Despite high unemployment in the UK, 75% of businesses are struggling to recruit the top talent they need. This could spell good news for contractors working through an umbrella company.
Limited company contractors could be set to benefit after the government announced it was to inject £950 million into the Regional Growth Fund.
Limited company contractors working in the aerospace industry could benefit from a new government service.