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IR 35 FOR PRIVATE SECTOR DELAY FOR
Government in shock delay to private sector IR35 reform, thanks to peers and covid-19
The government has sensationally delayed private sector IR35 reform by a life-changing 12 months, after pressure by peers – and the coronavirus – made not deferring the off-payroll rules unjustifiable.
Steve Barclay, the chief secretary to the Treasury said: “I can also announce this evening, madam deputy speaker, that the government is postponing the reforms to the off-payroll working rules, IR35, from April 2020 to the 6th April 2021.
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Prepare to export goods from Great Britain to the EU from 1 January 2021
The process for exporting goods to the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein will change. Businesses in Great Britain need to complete the following actions to continue exporting to these countries from 1 January 2021.
Great Britain is England, Wales and Scotland. Guidance on moving goods into, out of and through Northern Ireland will be added to GOV.UK in the coming weeks.
Find out how to declare goods from 1 January 2021
From 1 January 2021, you'll need to make customs declarations when exporting goods to the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. These are the same rules that currently apply for exporting goods to the rest of the world.
You can make the declarations yourself or hire someone else such as a courier, freight forwarder or customs agent. Read More........
KGP Accountants was founded in 1977 on a few core values that remain the key to how we operate today. We value each and every one of our clients and strive to build a long-term business relationship with you. Our aim is not to drastically inflate our client portfolio; we have recently expanded and have an opportunity to take on more clients without hindering the quality of the service we currently offer. Accountancy can be considered an old-fashioned profession; KGP Accountants has always lived up to that reputation by being a very traditional accountancy practise. Our office in London still hold elements of the accounting world that existed through the 70's and could indeed by used as a museum for passionate accountants, however it is time for a make-over.