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What specifically is Qdos doing to help hundreds of organisations manage IR35 reform? At Qdos, we are proud to have recently engaged our 200th client as we continue working with recruitment agencies and hiring organisations to help them navigate changes to the Off-payroll working rules. As a result of reform to the IR35 legislation in the private sector, medium and large businesses that engage contractors will become responsible on 6th April for determining the tax status of independent workers.  From
Top recruitment agencies campaign for IR35 reform delay despite the unlikelihood A number of leading recruitment organisations have penned a joint letter to the Chancellor in which they urge the Government to delay incoming reforms to the Off-payroll working rules.  The letter, which the likes of The REC, Hays, Harvey Nash, Reed and ten other recruitment organisations have all signed, recommends that Sajid Javid should “pause and think again” with regards to April’s IR35 changes.  Despite recently launching the IR35
Qdos and Parasol Group form partnership to provide a complete end-to-end solution to IR35 reform Two of the most prominent contractor and IR35 experts, Qdos and Parasol Group, have announced a significant partnership aimed at assisting companies through the off-payroll reform. With less than six months until IR35 reform is enforced in the private sector, Qdos have partnered with renowned sector specialists, Parasol Group, bringing two of the most prominent contractor and IR35 experts together to help companies manage IR35
Will this risk-averse strategy pay off and protect these companies? It’s likely you’ll have read that a number of banks have made their position on IR35 clear in recent months, with several financial services companies ready to stop engaging contractors outside IR35 as a result of reform next April.  One way or another, before IR35 changes are introduced to the private sector on 6th April 2020, the likes of Barclays, Lloyds, RBS, HSBC, Tesco Bank and Morgan Stanley, will reportedly
The Government has released guidance that outlines a new requirement for recruitment agencies to ensure contractors understand the financial implications of a particular working arrangement before terms are agreed.  Following the publication of new guidance aimed at employment businesses, from 6th April 2020 agencies must provide all new workers, including contractors working through a Personal Service Company (PSC) with a ‘key information document’ before contracts are signed. This is to “ensure they have a full idea of what this decision

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