Amid the transition from the Coronavirus lockdown into a new form of normality, the chancellor Rishi Sunak has presented his economic plan towards financial recovery. The new measures which were mostly welcomed by industry leaders were described by some as unprecedented.
Here is a summary of the main changes introduced.
The legislation will now be reintroduced in April 2021. This is a welcome decision in light of the worrying health and economic challenges we now face, but we must stress that it has been made clear that this is only a delay and not a cancellation.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak confirmed that the plans for IR35 reforms would go ahead. There are just under 4 weeks for contractors, agencies and end hirers to prepare, find out how we can help.
On Wednesday the 11th March 2020, the newly appointed chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his first budget to the country, the first in over eighteen months. We detail what we expect to change below, though […]
So, 18 months after the public sector IR35 reforms came into effect, it seems as though we have a date, though not quite all the details, of when the private sector will follow. April 2020 […]
The Budget 2018 was released yesterday, and it seems it was a hugely anticipated budget for many reasons – Brexit and IR35 to name a few. Here are some of the main changes discussed in […]
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Budget 2017 – not as bad as it could have been??? There has been quite a backlash to certain elements of spreadsheet Phil’s budget 2017 stand-up routine on Wednesday and there were definitely some headline […]