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On-demand video course covering the new IR35 legislation

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Have you conducted an audit of your existing arrangements with PSCs and contractors (whether you engage them directly or through an agency)?

You need to.

The government is making you responsible for determining their IR35 status and your company liable for any subsequent taxes and penalties for making an incorrect employment status determination.

The 2018 Budget announced that “off payroll" rules are being extended to private sector businesses from April 2020. Payrollers, in medium and large private sector companies that engage these workers, will have responsibility for deciding each contractor’s status and making the required adjustments to tax and National Insurance.

HMRC estimates that only around 10% of people who should comply with the off-payroll working rules do so.

This course will help you prepare for the coming changes and avoid penalties and fines.

This course will be delivered via on-demand video training. Upon payment you will be given access to the online training which you can view as many times as you like.

Courses Overview

Duration: On-demand video Price: £285+VAT

Who will it benefit?

This payroll training course is perfect for anyone with responsibility for running compliant payrolls together with HR and recruitment teams who need to understand the correct status of managing contractors in the private sector within the new IR35 regulations.

What you'll achieve?

Delegates will gain a full understanding of these key issues around IR35, enabling them to avoid breaching the new legislative rules, avoid company fines and contract staff under the correct regulations.

Course Content

This course will assist payroll professionals in understanding the new IR35 off payroll working legislation and will also review the rules and possible pitfalls of non compliance.

Click for course details: Part 1 "Preparing for IR35"

Part 1 "Preparing for IR35"

  • IR35 – Off Payroll Working
    • IR35 pre 2020
    • IR35 History in the Public Sector
    • Process changes in the Public Sector from April 2017
  • Preparing for change
    • April 2020 changes and the Private Sector
    • What the 2020 changes mean to the Public and Private Sector and changes required
    • Communication and Responsibilities within an organisation
  • Identifying the Workforce
    • Who’s included and involved – defining the scope:
    • Organisations
    • The Fee Payer
    • The Engager
    • The Personal Service Company
  • The Payroll and Accounting
    • Building the Process and Policies – internal change
    • Deductions, controls, payment and recording
    • Paying the Personal Service Company or Individual
    • Accounting for off payroll workers
    • Responsibilities to HMRC
    • Treatment of National Insurance for the Employment Allowance
    • Other deductions from payroll
      • Student and Post Graduate Loans
      • PSC deductions
      • Pensions and contributions
      • Addressing double taxation
  • The Employment Test
    • The CEST (Check Employment Status for Tax Tool)
    • Walking through the CEST process and administrating the tool
      • A step by step guide and review of completing the process
    • Information Requirements
    • Understanding the results and outputs
  • Responsibilities of each party in the labour chain
    • Sharing Information
    • Rules, management and challenging the status determination
    • Managing disagreements
  • Off-payroll working in other circumstances
    • Agencies
    • Umbrella Companies
    • Managed Service Companies
    • Construction Industry Scheme

Click for course details: Part 2 "Implementing IR35"

Part 2 "Implementing IR35"

  • What have we learned so far
  • The legislation – a review of the detail and what it means to the process
  • Communication and processes
  • Changes to the Public Sector model
  • Employer responsibilities and organisation involvement
  • Update on timelines and requirements
  • Live countdown. The process goes live in April so what needs to be done by the 6th of April
  • A review of the CEST tool and changes
  • A review of the required internal processes in payroll
  • How to manage the individuals, communication, reporting and deliverables
  • Working examples of status checks
  • Open forum with the audience, discussing examples and experiences

The precise course content will be finalised on publication of the draft legislation.

"When setting up a Shared Service Centre, The Learn Centre played a key role in our award winning Payroll Academy, delivering a blended learning experience combining both classroom based training and an e-learning solution. The course delivery, the training materials and overall learning experience was excellent."

Michael Stevenson
Payroll Manager at Queen's University Belfast

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