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NEWSLETTER Issue 121: February 2017

Contractor Calculator Newsletter, Feb 2017: Public sector contractors must renegotiate to avoid IR35 risk

Dear Contractor

The Public sector reforms of IR35 are starting to cause considerable problems in the sector as expected. Firms are battling back desperate to hold onto their valuable contractors rather than see them leave for the private sector. IPSE is urging contractors to renegotiate contracts right now to avoid IR35 risk. Any invoices not paid by April 6th will fall under the new rules. We launch our new book, Beat IR35, to help all parties through this painful process.

 
CONTRACTOR NEWS
Public sector contractors need to renegotiate contracts now to avoid IR35 risk

Public sector contractors need to renegotiate contracts now to avoid IR35 risk

IR35 reform makes public sector contract renegotiations essential and contractors need to let agencies know, says IPSE chief executive Chris Bryce.

Beat IR35: The ultimate guide to IR35 - new book OUT NOW

Beat IR35: The ultimate guide to IR35 - new book OUT NOW

All the expert knowledge needed to stay compliant, reduce tax risk, avoid punitive IR35 taxes, and successfully combat any HMRC investigation.

Dewhurst vs CitySprint – The key IR35 lessons contractors can learn

Dewhurst vs CitySprint – The key IR35 lessons contractors can learn

The latest ‘gig-economy’ employment tribunal outcome carries important IR35 lessons which could save contractors thousands in tax.

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DAVE'S BLOG
Public sector bodies begin fightback against draconian IR35 reform

Public sector bodies begin fightback against draconian IR35 reform

Two months to the IR35 reform, public sector bodies are taking drastic measures to hold onto their contractors and avoid jeopardising projects.

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FEATURES
Event 10 easy steps to set up a limited company and start contracting

You have several options in setting up a limited company, but it's all easy enough, and most accountants will handle it all for you. Here's how.

Contractors need the IR35 confirmation letter Contractors need the IR35 confirmation letter

Getting a confirmation of terms letter from the client could save you endless trouble and expense if you need to prove that you are outside.

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