Most of the attention centred on the recent Uber decision has focused on the employment law aspects of the case. But there could be far wider implications in terms of tax obligations, according to Leigh Sayliss, partner at law firm Howard Kennedy.
The Government plans to get tough on contractors who fail to pay their taxes under IR35 disguised employment rules. Employment lawyer Darren Hayward warns that this could make HR responsible for determining employment status.
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