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IR35 - Spring Update

Posted by: Neil Baker
Company News

It was a quiet Spring Statement from Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond this week and the government did little to address issues facing contractors around the country. IR35 looms in 2020 and many businesses are still in the dark about IR35’s changes and the impact it will have when implemented next year. 

Despite uncertainty, contracting remains a viable career choice for those who want more flexibility to their employment status and many businesses continue to benefit from hiring highly-skilled contractors for short and long-term projects. When IR35 comes into effect the responsibility will be on end clients to ensure their contractors’ IR35 status. If private companies are to avoid the panic-induced departure of contractor talent which was seen in the public sector in 2017, then now is the time to implement the necessary processes and procedures.

A Navartis, we offer a payroll service which takes the burden off businesses when it comes to IR35. Navartis act as intermediary and take responsibility for paying contractors. As part of this we conduct full reviews of job roles and address any associated IR35 risks. This ensures that contract workers fall outside of the IR35 legislation which mitigates the risk for all parties.

To get your free copy of the Navartis IR35 Guide or to learn more about our payroll services, click here to complete our enquiry form.


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Please send me your ir35 guide
Carl Watkin, 21 March 2019
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