Understanding IR35 Updates and What is “Out-of-Scope”
Taxing authorities around the world are taking notice as the use of contingent talent continues to increase in popularity. Their goal is to ensure they are paid the taxes they’re owed from the rising gig economy, and this includes the UK tax authority (HMRC). Remaining compliant with HMRC and it’s labor legislation, IR35, while avoiding risky practices altogether is part of the reality of engaging contingent talent in the UK.
That’s why it’s more important than ever to put measures in place to ensure your compliance, but first, it’s important to gain a deeper understanding of the recent IR35 rule changes and their impact.
This data sheet details engagements that may be considered outside of the IR35 scope, including:
- - Statement of Work
- - Consultancy Services
- - Independent Contractors
Leveraging contingent labor through these avenues could mean IR35 does not apply, but it’s important to know all of the key elements of these options before you move forward. Download the data sheet today to learn more!