Off-Payroll working measures delayed until April 2021 – #COVID19 #coronavirus

Steve Barclay MP (Parliament tv)

17th March 2020 – Steve Barclay, as part of the budget 2020 debate, announces a delay to the introduction of off-payroll working (deemed employment / IR35) originally planned to be introduced to some private sector business from April 2020, to a 12 month deferred implementation date of April 2021 as part of measures to combat #COVID19 #coronavirus.

Financial Secretary to the Treasury Jesse Norman said:

‘We will do whatever it takes to support the British economy through Covid-19.

That is why, as well as the current support measures we have announced, we have delayed the off-payroll working reforms to April 2021’.

Payroll service and software will have been readied in anticipation for the intended April 2020 start point will be moth balled for the time being. 17/3/2020

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