New rules for Travel & Subsistence schemes and Personal Service Companies
What changes are coming?
As the government clamps down on the escalation of tax relief arrangements and perceived non-compliance in the labour market, so dawns a period of unprecedented changes/proposals to employment tax legislation affecting the recruitment sector.
New rules coming into play in 2016 and beyond will have implications up and down the supply chain for end clients; agencies; umbrellas; Personal Service Companies (PSCs); and workers.
Many go wider than the recruitment sector, but the key changes are:
- Withdrawal of tax relief for Travel & Subsistence (T&S) where a) an individual provides services through an intermediary where PAYE tax/NIC applies and there is Supervision/Direction or Control (SDC) and b) via a PSC where IR35 applies from April 2016
- a series of confirmed and potential changes relating to PSCs, including dividend taxation, restrictions on employment allowance and the operation of IR35 – some effective April 2016, some likely April 2017
- that transfer of debt provisions mean everyone in the contracting chain for labour needs to understand their risks
Are you ready for the changes?
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Tax Whitepaper 2016
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Read our Executive Summary for an overview of the new tax rules relating to Travel & Subsistence schemes and Personal Service Companies.
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