Private sector ‘IR 35’ reform was centre stage in Phil Hammond’s last Budget before Brexit.
Private sector ‘IR 35’ reform was centre stage in Phil Hammond’s last Budget before Brexit. This is of course a significant measure for many businesses in the private sector. In many other respects, the Budget was a relatively subdued affair from an employment tax perspective, with the Government’s response to the Taylor Review employment status consultation conspicuous by its absence.
From an employer’s perspective, the main developments were as follows:
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