How do the changes in tax rules for off-payroll working in the private sector affect you? FULLY BOOKED
Over the last couple of years, there has been much speculation about how the tax rules dealing with self-employed individuals will change. The public sector has already faced big changes when engaging individuals providing their services through their own personal service companies, having to dramatically change the way they operate.
As anticipated, the crackdown within the public sector regarding the use of personal service is to be widened to the private sector. This will take effect from April 2020, with small companies being exempt.
We will highlight what the rule changes will mean to your organisation when engaging with individuals who use their own companies to invoice for their services, where the responsibilities stand and how these changes will make freelancers a more expensive commodity.
- What are the off-payroll working rules?
- Which businesses need to comply with the rules?
- Determining whether an individual should be treated as an off-payroll worker
- The changes and approach for your organisation
Who should attend:
Directors and HR professionals of limited companies, professional firms and contractors.
Date: May 23, 2019
Time: 4.30pm registration for a 5.00pm start. Ends 6.15pm followed by canapes and refreshments
Tim Stovold, Partner, Kingston Smith
Kingston Smith LLP
60 Goswell Road