Off-payroll working rules for the private sector are due to be introduced on 6 April 2020, find out how to prepare at one of our breakfast seminars
From April 2020, the rules when engaging a worker through an intermediary (such as their own service company) are changing. The responsibility for determining whether the off-payroll working rules (sometimes known as IR35) apply will move to the organisation engaging a worker’s services.
The off-payroll rules which currently apply in the public sector are being extended to the private sector from 6 April 2020. So what does this mean for consultants, contractors, temporary workers and their engagers?
This breakfast briefing is jointly hosted by PEM, Pure and Birketts. Attend this briefing to:
- Be informed about the different types of employment status
- Understand these proposed changes to the tax regime
- Find out about the future of contracting self employed people
There are changes coming which many organisations will need to be aware of, prepare for and adapt to. Join us at these briefings and bring your questions to ask the panel.