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How will IR35 impact the real estate and construction sector from April 2020?
Howard Freedman

07 February 2020

The IR35 reforms from 6 April 2020 will have a significant impact on the real estate and construction sector. What should businesses be doing to prepare for the upcoming changes?

IR35 rule changes indicate it's full steam ahead for off-payroll reforms
David Williams-Richardson

07 February 2020

The changes announced today by HMRC to the operation of the off-payroll working rules suggest that it's full steam ahead for the introduction of the new rules from 6 April 2020.

Publication of draft secondary off-payroll legislation cranks up the pressure on businesses and contractors
Susan Ball

23 January 2020

The publication today of the draft secondary legislation on off-working rules, set to come into force in April 2020, suggests the lobbying efforts to drop or delay some of the proposed IR35 reforms may be falling on deaf ears.

HMRC's updated employment status manual may be useful for engagers and contractors
Susan Ball

21 January 2020

The latest update of HMRC's internal employment status manual could prove useful for businesses and their contractors concerned about reaching the correct decision on the employment status of workers for tax purposes.

IR35 review dashes hopes of significant change before April 2020 implementation
Susan Ball

08 January 2020

Susan Ball, RSM tax partner, comments on the launch of the Government's review of the new IR35 off-payroll rules due to come into force in April.

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.

HMRC lose IR35 case at First Tier Tribunal

16 December 2019

The First Tier Tribunal has fired another shot across HMRC’s bows in the latest IR35 case, which underlines the importance of Mutuality of Obligation, ‘control’ and completing the HMRC CEST tool carefully and accurately, as it could be open to challenge.

Occupational health proposals could unlock productivity gains for employers
Susan Ball

09 December 2019

A report from the Working Well consortium, which includes some of the UK's largest employers, has recommended reforming the tax rules for employer-supported occupational health services, a move that could provide significant productivity gains for UK businesses.

HMRC launches new CEST tool to help contractors with tax status, but will it silence the critics?
Susan Ball

25 November 2019

Susan Ball, employer solutions tax partner at RSM, comments on the launch today of the new HMRC Check for Employment Status for Tax (CEST) service.

Doctors offered sticking plaster to help with pensions tax bills

20 November 2019

Ministers appear to have agreed to a short-term fix to the NHS pensions crisis amid concerns about the impact on waiting times. However, the uptake of the new concession may be low because of heavy bureaucracy. Wouldn’t it be simpler if the annual allowance taper was abolished for everybody?

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