HR Terminology IR35

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What is HMRC IR35?

IR35 describes the UK’s anti-avoidance tax legislation, designed to tax “disguised” employment at a similar rate to employment. “Disguised employees” are workers who provide their services to clients, and get paid by them, via an intermediary, like their own limited company, but who would be an employee in the case the intermediary wasn’t used.

  • IR35 stands for the United Kingdom anti-avoidance tax legislation.
  • It is created to tax “disguised employment” at a rate in which is alike to employment.
  • In context to 1R35 the meaning of “disguised employees” are employees/workers who get payment from a customer/client from an intermediary and where the clients and their relationship is at a place that if they had paid them directly, they then would be employees of the client.
  • These workers are known as “deemed employees”.
  • If a person is caught by IR35 they must pay National Insurance Contributions and income tax as if they were employed.
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