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August 20, 2022
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Third of freelancers plan to stop contracting in UK due to IR35

Nearly a third of freelancers are planning to stop contracting in the UK because the changes to IR35 due in the private sector in April, research has claimed. One in seven freelancers (13 percent) plan to find contracts abroad, 11 percent plan to stop working or retire early and 8 percent plan to move into employment, according to IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed). Half of the freelancers surveyed also said they will only continue freelancing if they can find contracts to which the new off-payroll working rules do not apply. An overwhelming 97 percent of respondents…
Third of freelancers plan to stop contracting in UK due to IR35

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