HMRC RELEASES REPORT AND CONCLUSION ON THE OFF-PAYROLL WORKING RULES
Review of changes to the off-payroll working rules: report and conclusions
The Government’s review of the changes to the off-payroll working rules has now concluded and the Government has published its response.
Click on the following links to go straight to the HMRC documents;
- Review of changes to the offpayroll working rules: report and conclusions
- HMRC’s compliance approach to the 2020 reform of the off-payroll working rules
In January 2020, the Government announced a review of the implementation of the April 2020 reform, to address concerns from affected businesses and individuals. The reform will go ahead on 6 April 2020.This report outlines a number of changes the Government has identified to address concerns and support the smooth and successful implementation of the reform. The Government will continue to listen to stakeholders, and monitor and evaluate the operation of the rules.
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