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From 6 April 2021 changes in off-payroll working in the private sector come into effect.
This has left a lot of contractors confused with whether they will fall inside IR35 or outside IR35 post April 2021 and depending on that outcome, what their options are.
The simple answer is yes. If you are currently working through your own limited company (PSC) you can continue to do so in the future, providing your end client has advised that your contract is outside IR35.
Yes but you’ll need to ensure that you pay the correct PAYE and NI. These are commonly referred to as ‘deemed’ payments and they can be managed through your PSC but it involves more complex accounting arrangements and is less efficient.
Choosing the right umbrella company gives you greater flexibility to handle short term assignments. Onboarding is quick and easy, you’ll get paid on time and be provided with payslips explaining how your pay and deductions have been calculated. All this and of course all your statutory rights as an employee.
No. Your limited company can become ‘dormant’ until you need it again. You will still need to file Annual statements and certain Tax Returns but your accounting fees for this work should be significantly reduced.
You should discuss this with your accountant. It may be beneficial to keep your company going and withdraw dividends over a period of time or close it and withdraw all the funds at once. A tax-efficient exit is usually possible, but you need to take advice tailored to your personal circumstances. PayStream’s Tax Advisory team can help with this review if required.
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