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The April 2020 IR35 Reforms: where are we now?

Thursday 6 February 2020

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We’ve been seeing a lot of negative press around the IR35 reforms, most recently with yesterday’s announcement that the House of Lords Finance Bill Sub-Committee has started an inquiry into off-payroll working rules. Many commentators are suggesting that the reforms should be delayed if not scrapped completely.

However, the Treasury continues to stress that it has no plans to delay the introduction of these rules and, therefore, failure to adequately plan for the implementation of these rules by 6 April 2020 could be costly.

If you think you’re affected, either as a medium or large business, or as a contractor, do get in touch as we have specialists available to help.

For more information on how we can help with employment tax, please speak to me or to your usual Larking Gowen contact.

Call 0330 024 0888 or email


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