A year ago, many businesses would have been gearing up for the IR35 reforms which were due to come into force in April 2020. However, when COVID-19 struck and turned the world upside down, the government took the sensible decision to shelve the reforms for a year allowing businesses to focus on the significant challenges facing them outside of IR35.
With a deal being reached at the tail-end of December, the way ahead has begun to clear somewhat for the Food and Drink Industry. Some of the most important points for change are discussed in this article.
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