In July the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the US privacy shield, which had previously allowed data transfers of personal data from the EU to the
In April 2021 the annual increase in national minimum wage rates will take effect, but this year there is a significant difference.
Following representations to HMRC, it has now announced more detail of its intended adjustments to the Off Payroll Rules.
On Monday 7th December, Jesse Norman, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, appeared before the House of Lords select committee, on the issue of the new Off Payroll Rules.
There has been so much noise around IR35 tax that it has always been hard to see the wood from the trees.
Following the chancellor’s announcement last week on further adjustments to the coronavirus support schemes available to businesses, which includes extending the current Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (furlough) to the end of March 2021
“The recent furore over HMRC guidance that draws umbrella companies into scope of new IR35 rules may have died down, but the problem hasn’t gone away”
The announcement in March that the new IR35 off payroll rules would be delayed until April 2021 due to the Coronavirus pandemic came with a huge sigh of relief for many in recruitment.
Umbrella companies have always operated at the lower end of the contractor supply chain employing workers who provide services either direct or through an agency to a hirer.
Whether workers have been working throughout the pandemic or are now beginning to return to the workplace, maintaining health and safety is of crucial importance. Government has issued specific guidance that employers should follow to ensure safety in the workplace, but who is responsible for ensuring the health and safety of a PAYE temp?