IR35 Section


In simple terms, the IR35 regulations exist to ensure that only people who are genuinely self-employed get the tax benefits that being self-employed brings. Although that sounds straightforward, the rules around IR35 can in fact be quite complex. This guide is intended to help freelancers and contractors understand what IR35 means for them.

IR35 legislation covers people who register themselves as self-employed (usually setting themselves up as a Limited Company) but then provide services to their client on a basis which to all intents and purposes is identical to being an employee of the client company. There are various tests that can be used to determine whether a given contract is being provided on a self-employed or full-employed basis, and therefore whether the contract is caught by IR35.


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