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What is IR35?
IR35 is a piece of tax legislation introduced in July 2000 to target disguised employment. It uses a complex set of tests to find out if someone is genuinely in business on his own account or a disguised employee of the client.
In essence, IR35 simply says that if a worker is a disguised employee of the client then he/she should be subjected to the same tax and national insurance deductions as other regular employees. IR35 does not therefore affect those paying employed levels of tax (for example, umbrella workers) but does affect those running their own personal service companies (PSCs) and declaring dividends from company profit.
By working with a provider like us that offers a range of services, your contractors will always get the right one for them. This may include:
Umbrella contractors pay tax at employed levels and so there is no need to worry about IR35. However, it's important to bear in mind the following:
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