On 11th December the government published new rules applicable to IR35, set to take effect in April 2013. It has also published the planned General Anti Avoidance Rules, an overarching set of rules applicable to tax avoidance.
“The planned change to the IR35 rules threatens contracting in a number of different ways, and adds to the government’s overall focus on tax avoidance” explained Adrian Marlowe, managing director of the recruitment law specialist Lawspeed.
These and other recruitment supply related tax subjects, for example MSC, and offshoring, will be covered in a seminar to be held in Manchester on 18th December by Lawspeed. The line up of speakers now includes Steve Talbot, a senior tax manager with the international accountancy firm BDO.
This is a must attend event. With 3 days left to book interested parties should book promptly. For more information see www.lawspeed.com/events.aspx , or call 01273 236236.