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Determining an individual’s employment tax status – wise up to employment legal rights too. It’s a joint gig!

13 January 2020

HMRC guidance on determining an individual’s employment tax status includes key factors such as: personal service, mutuality of obligation and right of control. What impact will the Good Work Plan have on this?

IR35 changes workforce structuring strategy – wise up to employment legal rights too. It’s a joint gig!

13 January 2020

For the purposes of the off-payroll working rules, one of the key questions is whether the engaged individual would (for tax or NICs purposes) have been an employee of the client if they had been working directly for it rather than engaged through an intermediary.

Avoiding future claims risks – wise up to employment legal rights too. It’s a joint gig!

13 January 2020

There is a key category of engaged individual via a PSC where terminating the arrangement with the intermediary as a part of changes to IR35 workforce structuring is a particular risk.

Understanding the contractual relationship between individual and end user client – wise up to employment legal rights too. It’s a joint gig!

13 January 2020

HMRC guidance on determining an individual’s employment tax status includes key factors such as: personal service, mutuality of obligation and right of control. What impact will the upcoming Good Work Plan have on this?

Samira Ahmed's Employment Tribunal victory highlights need for equal pay audits
Carolyn Brown

10 January 2020

Carolyn Brown, employment lawyer and RSM's head of client legal services, comments on Samira Ahmed's successful equal pay claim against the BBC.

RSM’s Gary Heynes named in private client ‘most influential’ list
Gary Heynes

16 December 2019

RSM’s head of private client Gary Heynes has been named as one of the 2020 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential.

Good Work Plan
Carolyn Brown

The Government has presented its Good Work Plan – a vision for the future of the UK labour market, putting improving the quality of work in the UK at its heart. This is the post-Consultations legislative proposal response to the Taylor Review on Modern Working Practices report, published in July 2017 and the government’s own Industrial Strategy published in November 2017.

Countdown to corporation tax April 2020: non-UK landlords

06 November 2019

The move to the corporation tax regime for non-resident companies letting out UK real estate, will have a significant impact on the way they calculate their taxable rental profits, compliance processes and the timing of when tax payments will become due.

Countdown to April 2020: differences in tax treatment at a glance

06 November 2019

In continuation of the series of articles on the subject of Corporation Tax for non-UK resident companies, this issue summarises the main differences between the UK income and corporation tax regimes and what non-UK resident companies can expect from the regime change.

Countdown to April 2020: capital allowances

06 November 2019

With the transition to corporation tax for non-resident companies, capital allowances regime should be of significant benefit to non-resident companies.

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