Post Brexit employment and IR35 – Are you up and running and ready?
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The Pandemic has overshadowed some significant and important taxation and employment changes that have already taken place following Brexit, or which are likely to take place on 5 April.
Remote working has brought with it new employment and tax challenges because of a greater number of workers now working remotely. Increasingly, workers are expressing a preference to work remotely from overseas locations either on a permanent or temporary basis.
Furthermore, the new IR35 regulations have not gone away. The signs are that despite heavy criticism HMRC are keen to push this through given the revenue this is thought likely to generate. So are you happy that the steps you took last year are still good, do you need to revise consultancy agreements, or set up a payroll?
In this webinar Margaret Davis an employment law specialist and our tax specialist Imogen Lea focused on:
- the general legal obligations imposed upon employers where remote workers are based overseas
- the key tax issues arising from individuals working remotely overseas post-Brexit
- the IR35 obligations which arise in various scenarios including where services are provided overseas or under the umbrella of an agency.