Even in its significant chaos of late, the government surely must have woken up by now to the legacy of the IR35 off-payroll reforms -- because the 2021 framework has simply not gone to plan, writes James Poyser, chief executive of inniAccounts and founder of off-payroll.org.
In political focus groups up and down the country, I expect IR35 is comfortably in the top 10 issues. Granted, it’s not as acute as cost of living, inflation and the NHS, but the impact is undoubtedly deeper and wider than policymakers thought.
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