Don't shoot the messenger: How IR35 will affect your business

IR35 is taking the private sector by storm and we know how important it is for our clients to understand how it will affect their business. That's why we're hosting a talk on how IR35 will affect you as an employer post April 2020.

Next year, large and medium sized businesses who engage in hiring contractors and freelancers operating through a Limited Company, will be responsible for determining the IR35 status of the workers assignment.

As the responsibility is going to shift from the worker to the client, it's vital that we prepare in advance of IR35

if you work within the creative industries then please join us for an afternoon of informative discussion followed by networking drinks

Date & Location

4th September 2019

64 Cheshire St, Bethnal Green, London E2 6EH

Schedule

3:00-3:30pm - Registration

3:30-4:30pm - Speakers

4:30pm-5:00pm - Q&A with our speakers

5:00pm-6:30pm - Networking drinks

Speakers

Tania Bowers - General Legal Counsel, APSCo

Tania manages Legal Services team at APSCo and is a solicitor who has worked in the professional staffing sector since 1999. Following training and post qualification experience in private practice, she worked for 14 years as Head of Legal and Compliance and subsequently Group Legal Director for a global listed STEM specialist recruiter.

Subsequently she has continued to advise professional recruiters and supported APSCo members as General Counsel since March 2016.

Tania is responsible for advising members and affiliates on regulatory changes and legal issues affecting the industry, overseeing our members’ and affiliates’ adherence to our codes of conduct and delivering legal services to members including model contracts and precedents and the legal helpdesk. She works alongside Samantha Hurley on APSCo's public affairs, representing our members’ interests in consultations with the government and other bodies on regulatory change

Angela Carter - Director, Employment Tax, Saffery Champness

Angela is a Director at Saffery Champness, specialising in employment taxes. She has trained and worked within Big Four firms since 1994.She covers the whole of the UK in her role as the National Head of Employment Taxes at Saffery’s.

Angela advises clients across all sectors in respect of a variety of employment tax issues.

Angela is a regular speaker at internal and external events, often talking at industry network meetings, tax body gatherings and government departmental events.

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