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Freelancers – and the new IR35 proposals


Freelance trainers and other contractors who work primarily for one (or two) clients and the intended targets of the new Inland Revenue IR35 proposals to change their status from self-employed to employed.

There has been a hot debate raging about how this will work, and whether freelancers will be able to escape the change (which seems unlikely).

To date, few trainers other than those working in the IT Training sector have really been aware of the likely implications but the changes will definitely effect those freelancers who work substantially for one client.

Our sister-site, AccountingWeb, has been running detailed briefings on the issue as all the details have been emerging, and we are reprinting all the latest material using the link below.


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