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Guide to onshore agency reporting requirements
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There is a requirement for all employment intermediaries and agencies to report details about their contractors on a quarterly basis. What's it all about? HMRC will require the following information: Full name National Insurance number (if no date of birth and gender provided) Address Date of birth (if not providing National Insurance number) Gender (if not providing National Insurance number) Passport number or ID card number (if not a UK citizen) Reason why income tax [...]
Guide to conduct of employment agencies
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What’s it all about? Introduced in 2004 to provide a framework for the minimum standards contractors should expect from recruitment agencies, the conduct of employment agencies regulations are aimed at the temporary workforce and those that are controlled by the end client. Most contractors are businesses in their own right and sit outside of the regulations. There will be a requirement for contractors to opt in or opt out of the regulations. Opting in will [...]
Guide to IR35
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What’s IR35 all about? As a contractor it is important that you understand IR35 (also known as Intermediaries Legislation). Introduced in 2000 to stop people starting up limited companies to carry out the same jobs as permanent employees (known as disguised employment), IR35 looks at your employment status on an assignment by assignment basis. Key factors There are several criteria to consider when reviewing your IR35 status, with three key factors. 1. Control As a [...]
Expenses guide
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It is important to understand all the business expenses you can claim when running a limited company. These are directly linked to the amount of tax paid and can help maximise your take home pay. Remember to keep receipts for all expenses incurred for a minimum of six years to satisfy HMRC. Knowing what you can and can’t legitimately claim is vital. At Taxevo, we are here to help. Here are some of the typical [...]