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Brookson respond to governments IR35 review

Brookson respond to governments IR35 review

The Government has now completed the review of the changes to the off-payroll working rules and has published a response. Matt Fryer, Head of... Read more

7 in 10 contractors are unsure who to trust with IR35

7 in 10 contractors are unsure who to trust with IR35

Research from Brookson reveals that recruiters which proactively engage with contractors around IR35 will have a competitive... Read more

HMRC announce IR35 change

HMRC announce IR35 change

HMRC announce IR35 changes HMRC confirmed on 8th February 2020 that the IR35 changes will only apply to work carried out on or after 6 April 2020.Â... Read more

What advice should your hirers be taking in the countdown to IR35?

There has been much debate about the upcoming changes to the Off-Payroll Working Rules and in particular, the introduction of IR35 to the private... Read more

Preparing for change – recruiting contractors in 2020

Recruiting contractors in 2020 2020 looks set to bring fresh challenges for recruiters, especially those working with contractors. With a variety of... Read more

What recruiters need to know about IR35 in the run-up to April 2020

What happens if a limited company goes bust?

When a limited company ceases trading, there are many different issues to address. As you might expect, the main considerations generally revolve... Read more

a sole trader working alongside a new employee.

Can a sole trader have employees?

A sole trader is a person who owns a business exclusively. This business structure holds a variety of positives and negatives. For example, working... Read more

What hirers should be doing post IR35 audit

What hirers should be doing post IR35 audit

With the changes to the off-payroll working rules set to come into force in April 2020, many HR professionals will spend the next few months... Read more

A businessman choosing a name for his limited company.

How to register a company name

An important factor to starting a business is registering the company name. It’s not compulsory to register a company name if the business operates... Read more

A man or woman using their laptop to register a sole trader company.

How to become a sole trader

When it comes to setting up a company, an important starting point is to choose between the three main types of business structures: sole trader,... Read more