HMRC’s crackdown on contractors and their personal service companies
Join us for a talk by leading tax barrister and founder of The Good Law Project, Jolyon Maugham QC.
Jolyon Maugham QC will be discussing the hot topic in both tax and employment for individuals and employers – when will contractors be treated as employees for tax purposes?
Jolyon will examine the latest developments relating to the IR35 anti-avoidance rules applicable where individuals provide their services through personal service companies – and what happens next. These rules are currently an area of particular focus for HMRC. Jolyon will cover both recent case law developments and the upcoming changes shifting the tax risk to corporates in the private sector.
Relevant both for individuals who have entered into arrangements through personal service companies and HR teams, employers and corporates more generally, we are expecting attendees from industries including healthcare, media, sports and tech.
Date/Time: 10 July 2019 / 17:30 - 19:00
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