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Contractors To Receive IR35 Letters From HMRC

HMRC have written to personal service company contractors warning them that they may face investigation under the IR35 tax rule. This comes on the back of HMRC having issued new guidance on IR35 in May this year, allowing contractors to voluntarily calculate their risk by completing an online business entity test.

A number of contracting bodies have seen the letters, which ask contractors if they have considered the possibility that their company falls under the legislation.

HMRC are asking those who have deemed themselves not subject to the legislation to provide evidence and to explain how this conclusion wasreached.
The letters have so far been thought only to have been sent to those contractors that HMRC have deemed as ‘high risk’.
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