Date(s) - 26/02/2020
18:00 - 21:00
The first event of the Institute’s year is partnered with Interim Partners and Manchester-based Paystream Accounting Services, a highly regarded business providing freelancer support in handling IR35 related accounting and tax issues….
BOOKINGS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THIS EVENT AS WE HAVE REACHED CAPACITY
April 2020 is approaching rapidly as clients, Interims and Providers finalise their ‘off/on payroll’ preparations. The government has recently announced that it will be engaging with stakeholders to discuss the proposed changes to look at any amendments, that can make sure the changes are implemented smoothly.
To deal with the potential consequences of the new approach in the private sector, there needs to be a smarter way to navigate IR35.
Unless all our businesses, client, Provider and Interim are prepared, the value chain faces the risk of workforce disruption, skills shortages, back taxes, financial penalties and reputational damage. If you work as an Interim Practitioner via a limited company or partnership, you are risking a major impact on profitability – and potential future tax penalties. In either case you’ll need to work smartly to be compliant and use the legislation effectively.
The Institute of Interim Management, in conjunction with Interim Partners and Paystream, invites you to join us as we explore what the regulations will finally look like on launch; what the opportunities are, what clients and all intermediaries need to do in order to mitigate risk, work collaboratively within the law and how to best structure agile workforces post April 2020.
Our speakers are confirmed as Julian Ball, Legal Director at PayStream and Iain Pennell, Interim Managing Director at Interim Partners who will be talking about the opportunities presented by the tightening up of the legislation and how to navigate Interim Management leading up to and post-April 2020.
By the end of the evening, you will have:
- An increased understanding of the proposed IR35 reforms and criteria determining an interim’s status according to HMRC guidelines
- Understanding what helps and hinders IR35 status
- Knowledge of the specific issues for interims to consider
- See the potential financial impact of the changes
- Clarity on how the changes will affect clients and all intermediaries (providers and interims)
- A comprehensive view of the options available to clients and all intermediaries post April
- Understanding of some of the anticipated short, medium and longer term effects of the IR35 reform in the interim market
Iain Pennell, Director – New Street Group
As a Director at the New Street Group, some of Iain’s primary responsibilities include working with clients to create and deliver talent acquisition and resourcing solutions, which has involved working to support readiness for the proposed upcoming changes to IR35 in April 2020. He has over 15 years’ experience in HR, HR services Procurement, Talent Acquisition and Contingent Workforce management in a variety of management and leadership roles – from sales to client delivery.
Julian Ball, Legal Director – Paystream Accounting Services
Julian Ball qualified as a corporate lawyer in 1994. After spending time in international law firms in the UK, South East Asia and China Julian joined PayStream UK eleven years ago, focussing his legal knowledge and expertise on the contractor sector including employment taxes and IR35. As the Legal Director of PayStream Julian spends his time working with recruitment businesses to ensure that their contractors are working compliantly.
1800 Doors Open, networking time over food and drink
1840 Welcome from IIM and Interim Partners
1845 Main presentations and Q&A
2000 IIM wrap up formal sessions, followed by networking time over food and drink
2100 Evening closes
PLEASE NOTE: This event is an interim manager only event and not open to the ISP community. Bookings will be vetted.
Booking: There is a nominal charge of £25 (plus VAT) for non-IIM members and you will need to Register as a Guest (Free User) on the website as part of the booking process. The event is free for Full and Associate IIM Members but you must still book a ticket by logging in to the website to access the free option.
Interim Partners Guests may also attend free upon presentation of a given Coupon Code at the point of booking.
Payment: We use PayPal to handle payments for us. Please note that you do NOT have to be, or become, a PayPal member to make your payment – you can choose to pay with any Credit or Debit card as with any normal web purchase.
Cancellation: We regret that tickets are non-refundable unless your cancellation request is received at least two working days prior to the event.
Important: There is a maximum number of spaces for this event – book early to be assured of a seat and join in what will be an interesting and enjoyable evening. Bookings will close when the maximum is reached.
Consent: Please note that by booking to attend this event you consent to a) any photographs or video taken at the event, being used for professional promotional purposes by IIM, Co-Host or Attendee; b) being contacted by IIM for purposes of follow up feedback on the event and c) if a non-member, being contacted by IIM in connection with IIM Membership and activities.
We look forward to seeing you there!
This event is fully booked.