How will the changes to off-payroll working or IR35 status affect you?

Moore Kingston Smith would like to invite businesses in West London to a complimentary seminar focusing on how the off-payroll working rule changes have now been widened to the private sector. These are fundamental changes to the way businesses engage individuals providing their services through a company to your business.

There is a lot of speculation about how the tax rules, HR implications and payroll considerations will impact businesses when dealing with self-employed individuals when these changes happen in April 2020. 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. Luckily, small companies will be exempt, but for how long?

The seminar will highlight what the rule changes will mean to your organisation when engaging 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.

The agenda:

  • The history of IR35/off-payroll workers
  • What are the tax implications?
  • Which businesses need to comply with the rules?
  • What are the HR implications? Determining whether an individual should be treated as an off-payroll worker
  • The associated cost of having to now payroll these deemed workers
  • What you should be considering

Who should attend:

Business owners, directors and HR professionals of limited companies, professional firms and contractors.

Date: March 18, 2020

Time: 4.30pm registration for a 5.00pm start. Ends 6.15pm followed by canapés and refreshments.

Speaker Panel:

Tim Stovold
Partner, Moore Kingston Smith

Vijay Tanna
Partner, Moore Kingston Smith


Moore Kingston Smith
The Shipping Building
The Old Vinyl Factory
Blyth Road

To book: RSVP HERE