Partnering with Qdos Contractor, Crunch are taking great lengths to secure their client’s IR35 compliance, retaliating to HMRC’s recent bout of investigations, ensuring that every new starter throughout June is given a free Qdos approved contract assessment.
It is widely documented that the Revenue have increased their IR35 activity throughout the contracting sector, with a spike in new investigations in 2013 – and 2014 has shown no signs of slowing down.
Crunch founder, entrepreneur Darren Fell, shares his views on this new initiative, reinforcing the importance of IR35 compliance in an ever growing industry:
“The recent news of HMRC’s increase in tax investigations has many contractors justifiably worried. We know people just want to get on with their work without HMRC looking over their shoulder, so a free contract assessment to put aside any IR35 worries seems like just the ticket.”
It comes as no surprise that the Revenue are upping the policing of IR35, as there has been an influx of contractors and freelancers entering the market and, as a result of this, Crunch Accounting are taking action to ensure that their clients are fully aware of the legislation and do not put themselves at risk.
“It’s obvious from ONS employment figures that 2014 is going to be the year of the self-employed – and we’re doing everything we can to help make them successful.”
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