The proposal to change the way IR35 works in the public sector is deeply flawed.
The Government is considering a proposal that will change the way IR35 works for contractors in the public sector. Along with the wider business community, IPSE is fighting the plan, which the Government is planning to bring into force from April 2017.
The UK public sector benefits from the expertise of around 26,000 contractors at one time. They’re the flexible, highly-skilled labour force propping up our NHS, our Civil Service, our police service and countless other vital organisations – and they’re under threat.
Last week IPSE responded to the government proposal to change the way IR35 works in the public sector. We are very concerned by plans to make the end client (or agency) responsible for determining IR
The Government’s proposal to change the way contractors are taxed in the public sector is nothing short of a disaster.
We now urge you to write to your MP and take a stand with IPSE.
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, has today issued a stark warning to the Government about its plans to reform IR35 legislation for public sector engagements.
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