The New IR35 Is Nigh at Hand
4th March 2021, 4:00 PM
Robert Venables QC and Jon-Selous Borlace will be hosting an afternoon webinar on the 4th of March 2021 where they will be discussing the new 2021 IR35 provisions and the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Uber BV v Aslam  UKSC 5.
The webinar will be from 16.00 – 17.30 on the 4th of March 2021 by ZOOM.
This live webinar will last approximately 1 hour 30 minutes and will be supported by presentation slides with an opportunity to ask questions using either Zoom’s Q&A or “Raised Hand”.
16:00 – 16:30 – Jon-Selous Borlace
Employees, Workers and Uber Drivers
An examination of the courts’ ever-evolving approach to the question of whether individuals providing services qualify as ’employees’. The talk will include recent cases on indicia of employment, as well as a discussion of the recent judgment handed down by the Supreme Court in Uber BV v Aslam  UKSC 5.
16:30 – 17:00 – Robert Venables QC
The New IR35 is Nigh at Hand (6 April 2021)
The speaker suspects that many taxpayers who will be affected by them have no proper understanding of the new “Off Payoll” rules, enacted in FA 2020 but shortly due to come into force.
The speaker is quite sure that HMRC has no proper understanding of how these rules in fact operate and that their published views and guidance will be a case of the blind leading the partially sighted.
The scope of the problem has been enormously increased by an unobtrusive amendment made to the Finance Bill before it became FA 2020. That has meant that the most important point the speaker made in his OSTC Seminar on this topic in June 2020 has since been falsified.
Robert Venables QC discusses the impending changes to IR35 and the inherent problems with them.
17:00 – 17:30 – Q & A
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