Employment Agency Standards recently ran a webinar on Key Information Documents and the requirements from an umbrella company perspective.
Some nurses could currently be in ‘disguised employment’, rather than self-employed, and would therefore not be covered under the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) indemnity scheme.
Addressing the Issues of Non-compliance in the Umbrella and Payment Intermediaries Sector
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group of The Chartered Institute of Taxation and PRISM have updated the umbrella factsheet.
HMRC’s has issued updated guidance and information on Mini Umbrellas following BBC revelations.
Some providers will make false claims of Professional Passport approval. Always check our Approved Provider listings for the definitive list.
HMRC issues guidance to contractors on umbrella arrangements. This is an important first step but more needs to follow.
With the Off-Payroll rules now effective we examine other key considerations that recruiters must look at to achieve a robust compliance position.
Crawford Temple of Professional Passport outlines what a compliant umbrella firm should be providing.
Contractors need to be alert to the fact that nowadays it is more about ‘when you get caught’ rather than ‘if you get caught’.
In this article Crawford Temple outlines what an umbrella company is and how the umbrella model works.
Crawford Temple Founder of Professional Passport looks at the Recruiters making KID mistakes.
No. 9 The Compliance Files - Professional Employment Organisations
Tax avoidance is when people bend the rules of the tax system to pay less than they owe. It also means that the vital public services we all use like hospitals and schools, don’t get the money they need.
No 2: The Compliance files - Holiday pay when using an umbrella company.
Crawford Temple, CEO and founder of Professional Passport shares four key areas accountants overlook when opening an umbrella firm.
In this first in a series of discussions Crawford Temple from Professional Passport and Dave Chaplin from IR35 Shield explain what an umbrella company is.
With market pressures mounting following CJRS, and a drive for new business as we move towards April 2021, some providers are being lured to the dark side.
All umbrella companies should return similar take home pay as they should all follow the same tax rules. Contractors still seem to be chasing the high returns with the false assurances of compliance.
Read the latest guidance we have from HMRC on the application of the scheme where a worker is employed by an umbrella company.
We look at the learning and possible changes following the issues faced by the sector as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Umbrella holiday pay has become a major focus in recent times so we clarify our position on this key area.
With the new reforms set for April 2021 we can help if you are still trying to understand and assess your contractors. Our step by step guide is a must.
With many workers moving from their own limited companies to umbrella providers as a result of Off-Payroll reforms we look at the importance of clarity around the rate.
Comparison and broker websites marketing umbrella companies are not always what they seem.
Find out what you should consider before using an umbrella company to make sure it complies with the tax rules.
PRISM and The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group have put together guidance for contractors looking to use umbrella companies.
We look at the ongoing issue of tax avoidance being marketed to contractors with the promise of high returns and low risk.
Tax avoidance schemes aimed at contractors and agency workers.
Find out how to identify schemes that wrongly claim to increase your take-home pay if you are a contractor or agency.
Professional Passport is the only compliance accreditation that provides this insurance backed guarantee.
This is an area that is causing confusion following all the changes in 2016. Just because an agency allows expenses to be recharged it does not follow that these can be paid to a worker tax free.
The whole area of contractor claimed direct expenses has changed beyond recognition following a series of changes across recent years.
Following the introduction of The Criminal Finances Act we have been working with many recruitment companies helping them develop their defence strategies.
We are hearing of umbrella providers that are looking to offer a service where they would subcontract services to a contractor’s limited company where there has been an inside IR35 assessment.
Following recent cases we look at the area of matching holiday pay for AWR.
Following the introduction of the Criminal Finances Act more recruitment companies are now operating preferred supplier listings supported by accredited providers.
We are still seeing an increase in the number of offshore umbrella providers operating in the market and advise extreme caution to any organisation considering one of these providers.