Free IR35 Guidance For Logistics Firms and Self-employed Drivers

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Are you IR35 ready?

In April, HMRC will be introducing heavier penalties to companies that are incorrectly assessing employment status. 

Our expert team are on hand to advise your business on any concerns you have about the changing IR35 rules and employment status – complete the form to the right and our experts can reach out to you directly.

Q1: Do any of your drivers use a limited company to provide services? (click yes if unsure)
You are not affected by the rules - No further action is required
Q2: Are you or is your company UK based?
You are not affected by the rules - No further action is required
Q3: Are you a medium or large-sized, non-public sector organisation?
You are not affected by the rules - No further action is required
You will need to consider the off-payroll working rules. Please complete the form on the right to learn more about how you can get a free contract review.

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What is IR35?

IR35 is anti-tax avoidance legislation that aims to collect additional payment from employees “disguised” as contractors for tax avoidance purposes.

Outside IR35
If you’re outside IR35, then you are self-employed and can be paid through a limited company, with the tax advantages that come with it.

Does IR35 affect you?

Q1: Do any of your drivers use a limited company to provide services? (click yes if unsure)
You are not affected by the rules - No further action is required
Q2: Are you or is your company UK based?
You are not affected by the rules - No further action is required
Q3: Are you a medium or large-sized, non-public sector organisation?
You will need to consider the off-payroll working rules. Please complete the form below to learn more about how we help
You are not affected by the rules - No further action is required

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You will need to consider the off-payroll working rules.

The off-payroll working rules for public authorities first came into effect in April 2017 and have changed as of the 6th April 2021.

new responsibilities include:

  1. Where the rules apply you must provide a Status Determination Statement (SDS) to the contractor informing them of their employment status for tax purposes, and also pass the SDS to the agency you engage with.
  2. You must put in place a disagreement process for contractors and agencies to follow if they disagree with your decision.

 

As the client, you will be responsible for determining your contractor’s employment status for tax purposes.

You must determine your contractor’s employment status for tax purposes and provide them with a Status Determination Statement (SDS). You must take reasonable care in reaching your determination, which should be based on the contract and working arrangements.

You can use HMRC’s Check Employment Status for Tax (CEST) tool to help you determine what the contractor’s employment status for tax purposes is.

Where the rules apply, you must provide the contractor with a Status Determination Statement setting out your decision and the reason behind it. You also need to give this to the agency you engage with.

Do you manage a self-employed workforce?
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IR35 FAQ'S