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Georgia Hicks (Devereux Chambers) examines two cases which seek to give authoritative guidance on the application of the Ready Mixed Concrete and business on own account tests.
As the dispute between PGMOL and HMRC goes back to round one, counsel for the taxpayer, Georgia Hicks (Devereux Chambers) and Jonathan Peacock QC (11 New Square), consider what the Court of Appeal judgment means for taxpayers in the employment status debate.
What can be gleaned from the Court of Appeal's recent judgment?
Stephen Pevsner and Rebecca Wallis (Proskauer Rose) address the practical issues surrounding compliance with the off-payroll working rules for private sector clients due to be introduced from 6 April. 
Mutuality of obligation crucial in UT’s reversal of FTT’s IR35 decision.
Contrary to HMRC’s guidance and CEST tool, mutuality of obligation is pivotal to determining employment status in surprising ways. Derek Francis (Terra Firma Chambers) examines cases showing how.
A recent Upper Tribunal decision provides three guiding principles on mutuality of obligation, writes Mark Groom (Deloitte).