Off-Payroll Working (IR35) in the Private Sector

Off-Payroll Working (IR35) in the Private Sector

Off-Payroll Working (IR35) in the Private Sector

The rules surrounding off-payroll working (IR35) in the private sector are changing on 6 April 2021.

If you’re a private sector organisation paying workers through an intermediary and meet new government criteria you will need to process them through payroll from 6 April 2021. If you haven’t already started planning for this major change in legislation, we urge you to take action.

Not sure where to begin? Fear not – you’re in the right place. Our guide will give you an overview of what’s changing and the steps you need to take to become compliant. We’ve even included a glossary of terms to avoid any unnecessary confusion.

What's inside?
  • Background and What's Changing
  • Understanding of Off-Payroll Working Rules and IR35
  • What you Need to do Before April 2021
  • Glossary of Terms
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