Facial recognition technology – protecting privacy in a world of surveillance
Dorothy Agnew | 14.04.2020
10.04.2020 John Warchus
The much heralded IR 35 reforms to the private sector will soon be in place from April 2020. It is one of the biggest changes in contracting procedures to affect UK businesses for many years where contractors are providing services to an end client through an intermediary (i.e.a personal services company (PSC) or agency). In order to minimise the risk of “deemed employment” being held to exist with the requirement to deduct national insurance and income tax, it is vital that contracts between end client and agency and agency and contractor are drafted carefully and consistently and that the actual working practice reflects the written contracts. Getting it wrong could be costly as you may be paying someone else’s tax bill.
The main changes being introduced by the new IR 35 regime are as follows:
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