New IR35 tax rules impacting thousands of workers across the oil and gas industry and beyond come into effect today.
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.
A House of Lords investigation into upcoming IR35 reforms has been told that additional guidance is needed on employment definitions in the UK.
A UK Government review of new tax rules expected to affect thousands of oil and gas workers has been slammed as “recklessly inadequate”.
A looming tax change may be the “death knell” for many one-man band offshore contractors, a leading north-east accountant has warned.
A tax expert has described the government’s five-week review of incoming IR35 legislation as “nowhere near long enough” to fully consider its complex range of issues.
A government review has been launched into new tax rules expected to hit thousands of contractors across the oil and gas industry.
More than 16,000 people have backed a campaign to stop changes to contractor pay rules which will widely impact the North Sea energy sector.
The oil and gas sector is bracing for the “extensive impact” of changes to off-payroll working rules announced in the chancellor’s budget, according to a tax expert.
The chancellor announced a change to off-payroll working rules in yesterday's budget for the private sector, which could have wide implications for the oil and gas industry.