IR35 - The 'Off-Payroll' rules - The Facts & The Next Steps? IR35 - The 'Off-Payroll' rules - The Facts & The Next Steps?

Date:  9th September 2019 
Time: 3.00pm BST 
Cost:  FREE 

 

‘Now that the draft regulations on the changes to IR35 have been published, if you’re in the private sector are you well advanced in your preparations for the changes? If you don’t know if this affects you, do you use anyone in your organisation who isn’t paid under PAYE and yet you have more than 50 employees – then you are facing the biggest change to employment status in less than six months that will involve your HR, finance, procurement and payroll teams. Join us for our second webinar on this subject that fills in some of the gaps now that the legislation has been published’

Date:  9th September 2019 - 3.00pm BST
Cost:  FREE

Speakers 


Vanessa Shiels-Combe has been in the payroll profession for over thirty years, with experience of working in both public and private sectors and payroll processing for medium and large enterprise.  After starting her career as a payroll professional, she moved across to payroll and HCM software over twenty years ago, where she could apply her business experience to design innovative payroll solutions. Vanessa is passionate about utilising technology to take payroll solutions to the next level and providing great customer experience and engagement.


Kate Upcraft AMBCS mGPA is a regular conference speaker, lecturer and writer on legislative issues, including tax and National Insurance, benefits and the whole range of employer compliance responsibilities. She undertakes consultancy work with employers and payroll agents assisting them with topics such as payroll health checks, RTI and auto-enrolment, systems selection and departmental re-engineering. She is vice Chair of the ICAEW Employment Taxes and NI committee and Chair of the pan-professional Reward and Employment Engagement Forum

Prior to setting up her own company in 2005, she was the Payroll Legislation Manager at M&S, for whom she worked for 20 years, eleven of them in payroll.