IR35

North Sea

Oil workers must heed IR35 rules when setting up own businesses

The oil and gas downturn of approximately five years ago where the price of a barrel of oil dropped to less than $30 led to thousands of employees in the sector being made redundant.  Those who wished to remain in the sector had to be patient before ultimately securing further employment.

Opinion

‘Use time wisely’ for IR35, says former Worley project manager

There has been a lot of discussion over the last 12 months about how the changes to Off-Payroll rules will impact the UK Private sector, and I have read with great interest some of the comments and foresight on what IR35 is and what it will mean to the UK contracting workforce.

North Sea

It’s taken a pandemic…but government finally folded to IR35 pressure

As one of the most controversial pieces of legislation affecting the flexible workforce, IR35 is never far from the headlines and there have been campaigns and protests to try and halt the reforms. That has now been successful as Contractors celebrated their success last night.

Opinion

2020 – A busy year ahead

Following the result of the general election, we can now expect to leave the EU at the end of January, although very little will change on that date as we will move into a transitional period when existing EU rules and trade terms continue to apply in the UK.