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Forum: Public Sector IR35

To discuss the changes to PS contracts that are due later this year.

  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: PS & IR35: Choosing a legitimate Umbrella

    If you've come here looking for advice regarding umbrella companies here it is. Choose a company that complies with HMRC guidelines and current UK legislation*. You can find a selection here: Ask an Umbrella Company - All Umbrella Companies Are Equal Some companies will offer you the moon...

    Started by cojak, 16th January 2017 21:51
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: Working in the public sector? An FAQ about IR35

    What's this all about then? In the 2016 Autumn Statement, the Chancellor confirmed that from the start of the following tax year (from April 6th 2017), the status of contractors / freelancers in the public sector would be assessed by the public sector body (PSB) engaging them either directly or...

    Started by TheFaQQer, 27th March 2017 08:42
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  3. Sticky Thread Sticky: Public Sector or Not?

    Hi All Is there a list somewhere to identify which organisation falls under public sector? The reason for the question is I have been put forward by the agent to couple of organisation for new role. The agent did mention that it's not public sector but I don't want to take his word at face...

    Started by londonlad, 26th January 2017 15:30
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  1. John McDonnell pot calling kettle black self employed NI increase

    I have just heard John McDonnell on Radio PM program say to the effect that the increase tax of self employed is unfair because the do not get any benefits. In this a case of the pot calling the kettle black ? I did not any complains from labour when IR35 was introduced! As I recall it was...

    Started by Bheleu, 9th March 2017 06:51
    budget, ir35, self employed
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  2. So ... when will we know??

    I've been following the forum and recent activities avidly, reading the law, speaking to my agency and boss ... and I'm still none the wiser! When will we know, or is it now determined, that it's going live on 6.4.17 and what is happening with the tool? My agency said today that it is not the...

    Started by hollyblue, 8th March 2017 18:06
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    8th March 2017 21:01 Go to last post
  3. Gcloud has re-opened

    To apply fill the form in at https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk

    Started by eek, 7th March 2017 13:50
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  4. SThree have launched their IR35 product

    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/computer-futures-ir35-client-public-sector-products-david-curtis?trk=v-feed&lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_feed%3Be3SM0r8aNSm3N3%2F0aviZrg%3D%3D Main bits of interest are:- QDOS review Where an ‘Outside IR35’ determination has been provided as a result of...

    Started by eek, 8th March 2017 06:40
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  5. Expenses in the Public Sector - mentioned in HMRC doc just published after the Budget

    "As a result of feedback received during the technical consultation, it will be optional for the agency or public sector body to take account of the worker’s expenses when calculating the tax due. This change would put these workers in the same position as other employees, whose employers can...

    Started by matzie, 8th March 2017 13:06
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    8th March 2017 13:10 Go to last post
  6. IR35 - Agency Calculation of Day Rate when moving to PAYE

    To anyone with the knowledge I would welcome your advice. It seems likely that I will fit inside IR35 so I asked my agency to calculate what my day rate would be post 6th April if I was to go PAYE. I am told that they would immediately reduce my day rate by 28% BEFORE deducting Tax & NI. This would...

    Started by Nkmatt1, 8th March 2017 09:22
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  7. The Decision Tool :)


    Started by bobspud, 27th February 2017 10:25
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  8. Will it work itself out in the end?

    Does anyone else think there is a possibility that once the PS get their head around IR35 they will figure out they can structure their contracts and working practices to make sure roles are outside IR35 and therefore still have have access to contractors with the right skill sets at the right...

    Started by davetza, 7th March 2017 09:08
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  9. What are the risks if an agency "amends" the IR35 status

    So, I have been notified by my agency in writing that, after consultation with the final PS end-client that we are considered off-payrole and outside the new legislation :) I am concerned, however... now that this decision has been communicated, how easy would it be for the agency/end-client to...

    Started by jonnieboy, 2nd March 2017 09:09
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  10. Free Webinar on changes to public sector IR35 rules

    From April 2017, contractors working in the public sector could find themselves taking home less pay if they are pushed down the 'inside IR35' route. With the April deadline fast approaching, the topic many contractors are talking about is 'IR35 Reform in the Public Sector'. The forthcoming...

    Started by administrator, 2nd March 2017 10:15
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  11. NHS - no more outside IR35

    Just received a letter from the NHS trust I have previous contracted directly for, looks like that's the end of that then :ohwell I can only assume many other NHS trusts will follow. Basically says that any new third party or short term engagement made after April the 5th will not be engaged...

    Started by Support Monkey, 28th February 2017 18:14
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  12. ROS questions changed in ESS Tool

    I've had a play with the ESS Tool over the past couple of days. I'm filling the tool from the point of view of the worker (not that I like that term) on the basis that the contract hasn't started yet (current outside contract terminated due to blanket inside approach going forward) But I'm using...

    Started by mnctraining, 4th March 2017 11:21
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  13. Its fine roll it out to the private sector.

    https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/check-employment-status-for-tax/setup Here is the link. I have ran myself through with the most stringent answers I could take as in (NO BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT TO ANY QUESTIONS) I said no to Right of Substitution and engaging helpers and I still passed the test by...

    Started by bobspud, 2nd March 2017 15:34
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  14. Confirmation of Arrangements document

    A good idea to draft and present a CoA to a senior resource at the end-client to try and frontrun the ESS tool? Are they still used as I haven't seen much written about them recently? The idea would be to get the most senior end-client rep (preferably Director or Head of) who has personal...

    Started by breaktwister, 15th February 2017 23:57
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  15. Agency nurse

    My wife works at the local NHS hospital and gets her work through an agency. We operate as a ltd company so currently get paid without any deductions. She does not have a contract with either the hospital or the agency. The agency doesn't have to supply her with work and she does not have to...

    Started by chrisw70, 3rd March 2017 13:00
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  16. Guidance for Public Authorities makes for interesting reading!

    So looking further into the guidance released on IR35, it is interesting to look at the notes the government bodies have been issued with... The payroll team note that the worker will not be: entitled to statutory payments subject to student loan deductions enrolled in to our...

    Started by lucycontractorumbrella, 3rd March 2017 10:11
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  17. Maybe being paranoid - does Beta mean legally binding? ie is this it?

    Hi, This seems too good to be true. "This is being tested privately and a version will be made public for testing before 6 April 2017" "BETA This is a new service - your feedback ....." "HMRC will stand by the result given unless a compliance check finds the information provided isn't...

    Started by MeMeMe1966, 3rd March 2017 10:24
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  18. Statement of work - outcome based contract, outside of IR35?

    Simple question - "Statement of work, outcome based contract" would this place me outside of IR35?

    Started by chineseJohn, 2nd March 2017 09:58
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  19. IR35 reforms - definition of Public Sector?

    Hi, Up until a year ago I was working through an agency for the NHS as a contractor, outside IR35. The NHS organisation was disbanded and my contract was carried over to a private company (Kier), still through the same agency, who now provide those services to the NHS. My agency thinks that as...

    Started by TedStriker, 17th February 2017 14:59
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  20. PS Bodies unite to try to shelve IR35 plans

    Public bodies unite to try to shelve IR35 changes :: Contractor UK Too little, too late and they're only trying to kick the can down the road. This isn't to help contractors - it's to help their incompetence and ignorance, as they're up to their eyeballs in collapsing projects. Tough...

    Started by cojak, 1st March 2017 10:29
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