Don’t pick a fight with small firms over IR35

Recruiters have urged government to resist “picking a needless fight” with small businesses.

Recruiters have urged government to resist “picking a needless fight” with small businesses run as self-employed enterprises and defer IR35 changes until 2021 or beyond.

The calls come in the wake of the government following through on a pre-election commitment to deliver a review of implementation of changes to off-payroll working rules set for this April, which...

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