Conservative MPs request IR35 Delay

Two Conservative MPs, John Redwood and Andrew Bowie, have written to the Chancellor (ex Deutsche Bank employee) Sajid Javid requesting that he delay the implementation of the IR35 amendments to the private sector. This has been driven by local constituents of both MPs raising their concerns about the negative impact of the proposed April 2020 implementation. Whether this has the desired outcome is probably unlikely as the Conservatives will need to raise tax revenue to pay for their promised increase on spending for public services during their election campaign.


More information:

https://www.accountancyage.com/2019/12/19/ir35-tory-mps-write-to-chancellor/

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