Off Payroll Workers – Time to Review Existing Arrangements (Retail and Consumer)

Date: 10 September 2019

Time: 8:30 - 10:00


Location

St. Paul's Cathedral, The Wren Suite
St. Paul's Churchyard
London
EC4M 8AD

2019-9-10 8:30:00 2019-9-10 10:00:00 Europe/London Off Payroll Workers – Time to Review Existing Arrangements (Retail and Consumer)

The October 2018 budget introduced the extension to the Intermediaries legislation – usually referred to as IR35 – which will come into force from April 2020 for “medium” and “large-sized” (definitions as yet unspecified) businesses in the Private Sector.

The main focus of Government is to extend the current Public Sector IR35 rules to the Private Sector.

Experience suggests that private sector businesses will require all of the time afforded to them to prepare for the change. Failure to prepare and be ready for April 2020 could result in significant:

  • Labour supply issues
  • Business continuity issues
  • Liabilities to tax, National Insurance also interest and penalties

For the Retail & Consumer sector we anticipate that this will impact the engagement of outsourced workers i.e. Fashion designers, marketing executives etc currently supplied via intermediaries.

Please join our Human Capital experts, David Wignall and Nigel Morris on 10 September when they will walk you through the consequences of this announcement and advise on what action should be taken.

Agenda

08:30 - 09:00: Registration & Breakfast

09:00 - 10:00: Presentation 

10:00 - Onwards: Q&A and Networking

Registration 

This seminar is complimentary. However, places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment. To reserve your place(s) please complete the sign up form below or alternatively, email your details to rebecca.grant@mhllp.co.uk

St. Paul's Cathedral, The Wren Suite, St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD

Event/Seminar details

The October 2018 budget introduced the extension to the Intermediaries legislation – usually referred to as IR35 – which will come into force from April 2020 for “medium” and “large-sized” (definitions as yet unspecified) businesses in the Private Sector.

The main focus of Government is to extend the current Public Sector IR35 rules to the Private Sector.

Experience suggests that private sector businesses will require all of the time afforded to them to prepare for the change. Failure to prepare and be ready for April 2020 could result in significant:

  • Labour supply issues
  • Business continuity issues
  • Liabilities to tax, National Insurance also interest and penalties

For the Retail & Consumer sector we anticipate that this will impact the engagement of outsourced workers i.e. Fashion designers, marketing executives etc currently supplied via intermediaries.

Please join our Human Capital experts, David Wignall and Nigel Morris on 10 September when they will walk you through the consequences of this announcement and advise on what action should be taken.

Agenda

08:30 - 09:00: Registration & Breakfast

09:00 - 10:00: Presentation 

10:00 - Onwards: Q&A and Networking

Registration 

This seminar is complimentary. However, places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment. To reserve your place(s) please complete the sign up form below or alternatively, email your details to rebecca.grant@mhllp.co.uk

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