If you hire freelancers you could lose everything. Our updates will give you peace of mind and help keep your business safe and sound.
After April 6 the responsibility for deciding whether tax should be withheld when paying a contractor (IR35) is moving to the public sector organisation you are supplying your services to.Unless you provide your public sector client with information that satisfies them that tax is properly being paid on what they pay you – they will […]Continue reading
Should you let your contractor send a substitute? You spent time and effort choosing the right contractor for your business. So why would you want to accept a substitute and let someone else do the work? If you don’t allow them to send a suitably qualified replacement, that’s one factor HMRC will consider in deciding […]Continue reading
Most business owners have only a hazy idea of IR35. Some think it is only about people in the building trade. But it applies to all types of contractors. Having a proper written contract is a great way to protect your business when it comes to HMRC and IR35. If you manage your […]Continue reading
Does your freelancer have their own personal service company (PSC)? It is easy to think – oh my freelancer has their own company so nothing to do with law or tax is going to be a problem for me. Unfortunately, if they are the only person in their company, then this is not always […]Continue reading