Are your freelancers IR35 Compliant?

Are your freelancers likely to be inside or outside of IR35? It's important to know as there are tax implications for your business if your contingent workers are deemed to be 'disguised employees'.

Our indicator tool will help you gauge the risk of a freelancer being inside IR35.

written in partnership with

Dianne Lambdin

HR Consultant and Employment Law Specialist

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IR35 Calculator

Use our simple tool to get an indication of the risk of your freelancers being inside IR35. There are 22 yes or no questions, which should take you less than three minutes to complete.

Important:

This tool is designed to be used for guidance purposes only and gives a basic indication of risk. IR35 is a complex and detailed piece of legislation so we recommend you always consult an expert if you have any questions.

Based on your answers, your freelancers are at low risk of being inside IR35

Important:

This tool is designed to be used for guidance purposes only and gives a basic indication of risk. IR35 is a complex and detailed piece of legislation so we recommend you always consult an expert if you have any questions.

Based on your answers, your freelancers could be at risk of being inside IR35

We would suggest you seek further advice from an expert on IR35

Important:

This tool is designed to be used for guidance purposes only and gives a basic indication of risk. IR35 is a complex and detailed piece of legislation so we recommend you always consult an expert if you have any questions.

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