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HMRC: AbolishIR35 and halt IR35 reforms due in April 2020 - Sign the Petition! via @UKChange 

IR35 private sector reforms: Research suggests 75% of contractors will leave posts by April 2020

IR35 private sector reforms: Protesters demand government halts April 2020 roll-out date

What do we want? A proper review of IR35! When do we want it? Last year! Bunch of IT contractors protest outside UK…

Im proud to support the #StopTheOffPayrollTax  IR35 campaign. Freelancers don’t receive work benefits such as sick pay, holiday pay, maternity pay or a pension – yet this change to the law will see them taxed as employees whilst pushing them into ‘zero rights employment’.

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UK contractors planning 'mass exodus' ahead of IR35 tax clampdown – survey

#IR35 private sector reforms: Protesters demand government halts April 2020 roll-out - as contractors stage an anti-IR35 march at the Houses of Parliament , stakeholders pen open letter to the Chancellor outlining concerns for the self-employed sector:

RT @CarrotyD : #IR35  private sector reforms: Research suggests 75% of contractors will leave posts by April 2020

Protests against the planned IR35 rule changes are scheduled for this Wednesday

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has announced changes to the new IR35 regime, with the new off-payroll rules now only applying for work carried out after 6 April. Read more @NewModelAdviser 

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Just signed. Anyone else? HMRC: AbolishIR35 and halt IR35 reforms due in April 2020 via @UKChange 

HMRC toughens its stance on IR35 changes in April which is hardly the review the Chancellor promised on on 4 December listen @Moneyboxat  6'09"

Stop the April IR35 changes, say recruitment companies

Chancellor Sajid Javid tells @Moneybox  exclusively that he 'wants to look again' at IR35 and changes due to begin in April 2020 and that will form part of his planned review of self-employment - if Conservatives elected.

Sajid Javid’s announcement @Moneybox  of a review of #IR35  did not impress contractors

This Lorraine Kelly tax case really has holed HMRC's IR35 and CEST test below the waterline. It should sink without trace

More than 100 BBC presenters who worked through a personal service company could face back tax demands from HMRC. A PSC means the presenter can pay less tax and the BBC avoids employer's National Insurance. HMRC goes after the presenter under IR35

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