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Thousands of recruiters can benefit from award-winning IR35 services at exclusive prices  Qdos is pleased to announce that it has been selected as the exclusive IR35 partner of The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC), as the two organisations help the recruitment industry prepare for and manage off-payroll changes (IR35 reform). In less than five months time, on 6th April 2021, IR35 reform will be introduced in the private sector. Medium and large businesses will become responsible for determining the ‘IR35 status’
Proud to have been recognised as the best in our field by The Contracting Awards 2020 On Wednesday 4th of November, Qdos Contractor was recognised as ‘The Best Legal, Compliance or Tax Adviser’ and ‘The Best Insurance Provider or Broker’ in the prestigious Contracting Awards 2020. We are delighted to have won both of the categories that we entered, with the judges acknowledging our IR35 expertise, industry knowledge and history of supporting contractors, recruiters and hiring organisations with their insurance,
Since IR35 reform has been finalised, we have received some long-awaited clarification concerning overseas clients. In this article Qdos Head of Tax, Nigel Nordone, helps us unpack this. In March of this year, it was announced by the government that the proposed IR35 reform, due to commence on 6 April 2020, would be delayed by a further 12 months as part of their Covid-19 response package. The changes, which shift the responsibility of determining the IR35 status of a Personal
Businesses urged to avoid Government’s flawed IR35 tool after contractors highlight concerns As the contracting sector closes in on 6th April 2021 and the arrival of IR35 reform in the private sector, it has come to light that less than one quarter (23%) would work with a client or through an agency that uses HMRC’s Check Employment Status for Tax tool (CEST) to assess IR35 status.  Recently conducted Qdos research shows that only a slim minority of contractors would agree
Seb Maley
Meet Seb Maley, CEO of Qdos. Seb takes this time to address mounting concerns within the industry and share with us what he believes the future holds for contracting. What insights have you gained from your 17 years working at Qdos? First and foremost, that contractors and freelancers are an absolutely vital asset to the economy. Organisations of all sizes rely heavily on their expertise as well as their inherent flexibility and ability to adapt. From the introduction of the
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