Early April saw the roll-out of the new rules regarding off-payroll legislation (IR35) in the UK.
AGR is committed to supporting all of our clients and consultants following the roll-out of the changes to the rules regarding off-payroll legislation (IR35) in the UK on the April 6, 2021.
Steve Combe, UK Regional Manager of AGR Consultancy, continues: “After a 12-month deferral, the changes to the IR35 legislation have posed some challenges and concerns for our clients and consultants and whether they should be working as limited companies or on PAYE contracts. We will not only ensure that any changes are as seamless as possible but most importantly make certain that all parties involved understand their rights and opportunities and are prepared for the reform.”
Since the announcement of the changes to the way in which IR35 Legislation is to be implemented, in 2019, AGR has been working in close partnership with industry bodies such as the UK energy body OGUK and Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) as well as recognised tax specialists, Qdos, to strengthen our position in the event of any external challenges to IR35. This has ensured that we are able to demonstrate proper due diligence, as well as reasonable care and attention, required to protect clients and our consultants.
AGR supports organisations where and when it is needed through the offering of both bundled work packages and PAYE payroll. We also provide support on status determinations, appeals, contract negotiations as well as managing transfers – if necessary – from ltd company to PAYE contracts.