Sponsored: Get the tools you need to prepare for IR35 changes in the private sector

The ‘Off-Payroll Working Rules’ (IR35) will apply from April 2020, impacting all recruitment agencies who supply limited company contractors to their clients.

As a recruitment agency or end user of a contracting workforce, there are several steps that need to be followed in order to ensure you are well equipped when changes come into place.

Download the Preparing for IR35 Reform white paper for guidance to the new rules as well as actionable insights to prepare for the changes:

  • Learn what the new rules are and how they might impact your organisation
  • Learn about the use of role-based assessments and when they are appropriate
  • Understand the use of a statement of work and ‘outsourced services’
  • Avoid the mistakes and difficulties experienced in the public sector
  • Get a detailed checklist of what you need to do in advance of April 2020
  • Use the IR35 reform calendar to help you prepare in time and with minimal disruption

This guide has been prepared by Qdos IR35 experts, with nearly 20 years’ experience in IR35 status, handling over 1,500 IR35 enquiries and reviewing over 1,000 engagements per month, including for over 50 public sector bodies and recruitment agencies who have already experienced the reform first-hand.


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