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Are your candidates subject to Supervision, Direction or Control?

Published on Thursday, June 15, 2017

Written by Andrew Trodden

Supervision, Direction and Control (SDC) was introduced by HMRC and came into effect on the 6 April 2016. The legislation was created to reduce the number of umbrella contractors claiming tax relief on travel and subsistence expenses. Do you know if your candidates are subject to SDC and how they will be impacted? Read more...

What is the Importance of a PSL for Recruitment Agencies?

Published on Monday, June 12, 2017

Written by Andrew Trodden

The number of payroll providers for the self-employed in the United Kingdom is on the rise. However, how many of these companies can you trust to provide an efficient, reliable and compliant service for your recruitment consultants and your candidates? It has never been so important for recruitment agencies to have a Preferred Supplier List (PSL) consisting of a small selection of payroll providers with a proven track record in the industry. Read more...

NHS U-turns on blanket IR35 assessment

Published on Friday, June 2, 2017

Written by Alex Cadman

Outlined in an NHS Improvement update, the NHS backtracked on its previous position that all NHS workers providing their services through personal service companies (PSCs) were to be deemed as inside IR35. Read more...

Who should use an umbrella company? - A recruiters guide

Published on Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Written by Andrew Trodden

Many contractors and freelancers in the United Kingdom use umbrella companies as their preferred choice of payroll provider. However, some of your candidates will be better suited to an umbrella company than others. Here we have a look at who should use an umbrella company for their payroll. Read more...

HMRC confirm they are aware of a new job board tax avoidance scheme

Published on Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Written by Andrew Trodden

A new tax avoidance scheme that disguises remuneration by paying contractors with a combination of a smaller salary and loyalty points has been identified by HMRC. Users and promoters of job board tax avoidance schemes are already being investigated and are being urged to contact HMRC immediately to get their tax affairs in order. Read more...