Survey indicates strong dissent among freelancers for IR35 rules

Over two-thirds respondents urged the government to consider scrapping the legislation in the upcoming Spring Budget

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Survey indicates strong dissent among freelancers for IR35 rules
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Survey indicates strong dissent among freelancers for IR35 rules

Three years after the implementation of controversial IR35 rules in the private sector, nearly half of contractors claim they have been incorrectly labelled as "employed for tax purposes."

A recent survey conducted by insurance provider Qdos, involving over 900 contractors, found that 43% of respondents felt they had been subject to a blanket determination of their IR35 status, regar...

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