Contractor tax (including IR35)
Member price: £144.50 + VAT
Non-member price: £170 + VAT
Please note, the ICAS member discount will be applied after checkout.
Glasgow, 26 October 2018
Contractors are under pressure as never before in terms of their tax arrangements.
Contractors can either adopt an unincorporated form or incorporate their businesses. Incorporated businesses potentially fall foul of the so-called IR35 rules that were implemented in 2000.
New rules for contractors in the public sector from April 2017 have had a major impact on the contractor community and they are likely to spread to the private sector.
Who should attend
This course is suitable for accountants and tax advisers who need to advise contractors about the tax implications of their activities.
The attendee list for this event is exclusively available to CAs.
To connect with other CAs in your community attending this event sign into icas.com
Full speaker list
Michael is a Cambridge Graduate who studied economics at King’s College Cambridge. He trained and qualified at Coopers & Lybrand – now PwC. He is a Chartered Tax Adviser, a Fellow of the CIOT and is a former President of the ATT. He is currently their co-chair of the Technical Steering Group. He regularly writes for taxation and accountancy magazines.
Michael is the Head of Tax at BPP Professional Development and lectures on a wide range of tax issues.
View full event details
- Unincorporated structures and the effect on tax and travel and subsistence (the FA 2014 and FA 2916 provisions)
- The Employment Status Service on-line tool (ESS)
- Supervisions, direction and control (SDC)
- Deemed salaries v low salary/ dividend combinations
- The scope of the IR35 legislation and the changes in 2017
- Back-tracking by the NHS
- The future of contractor structures
Tel: 0330 060 3303