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Free IR35 Health Check

Request your free IR35 Health Check

+Us is offering you a free health check to highlight any reputational and financial risk areas related to IR35 and temporary staffing and to present a tool kit of remedies.

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Visibility on current spend
How much are you spending on staffing?

Highlighted areas of risk
Ensure you remain compliant

Recommended cost savings
Based on your information, we’ll quote cashable savings

Our FREE health check includes

Tax advice
Our specialist tax team will analyse your IR35 and other compliance risks

Legal advice
We will ask our legal team to check the contractual status between your workers and suppliers

Accountancy advice
Our accountants will look at your recent invoices and timesheets to understand any areas of savings that can be made

A printed report
We will produce a light, bespoke report that offers practical advice and solutions regarding any risk areas as well as opportunities for improvements and savings

How does it work?

How does it work?

Since the changes in IR35 legislation in April 2017, do you feel that you have complete visibility of the risks surrounding IR35 and temporary staffing?

As the leading Accountancy and Legal Services firm to the NHS, we ensure you receive the expert advice and support you need to navigate these changes and remain compliant. We know your team doesn’t have time for the extra work this involves, so we do the majority of it for you.

In order to assess your needs, all we ask for is a couple of hours with your medical staffing and finance team to point us in the right direction.

IR35 in the NHS: at a glance

  • IR35 became a priority of HMRC in 1999
  • Until April 2017, the financial and reputational risk sat with the contractor
  • Since April, the IR35 risk now sits with the hirer
  • Financial penalties greater than the sum of the unpaid tax may apply
  • IR35 status should be made by the Public Sector Body (NHS)
  • The NHS must take “reasonable care” when determining the status
  • Even if the contractor is engaged by an agency, it is the responsibility of the NHS to inform the agency of the IR35 status
  • Whoever pays the contractor must deduct relevant taxes

“Financial and reputational damage associated to the management of off payroll is a real risk in the NHS today”

Carl Henning, Senior Solicitor – Brookson Legal

“The IR35 tax rule changes, which came into force in April, shifted the responsibility
for assessing whether IR35 applies from individuals to providers….You should not assume that all agency staff will fall inside IR35; please assess whether or not the IR35 rules apply on a case by case basis” NHS Improvement, March 2017

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