PCG reports government will make IR35 work for freelancers

PCG report that Exchequer Secretary, David Gauke MP, is committed to significant improvement in how IR35 is administered.

“I understand [freelancers] have concerns about the ability and willingness of HMRC to make substantial improvements in the way it administers IR35, but I know that HMRC is committed to a complete overhaul of the way IR35 is administered to address these concerns.

“Put simply, I see this as an issue we have to get right if the tax system in this area is to be fair and if professional contractors are to be able to provide their services in the most appropriate way.”

PCG will be taking part in the IR35 Forum to ensure that government thinking has access to their “considerable working knowledge of IR35” Gauke continued, and “[PCG] will be in a position to influence the development of a new strategy [for IR35], monitor HMRC’s delivery and report back”

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Written by Editor on May 5, 2011 and filed in Featured, Freelancers, Money , ,


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