Government IR35 Review: “The Changes Will Go Ahead”


In an eagerly awaited IR35 review published today, the government has dashed hopes among IT contractors and other freelancers that it will delay or significantly adjust hugely controversial tax changes effective in six weeks.

The review of changes to the off-payroll working rules was initiated in January 2020. HMRC said today that the reforms will “go ahead on April 6 2020” as planned, despite a few minor tweaks designed to soften the impact.

It reiterated that “non-compliance is widespread” and set to cost the government £1.3 billion in lost tax income annually by 2023, but has

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