CECA Y&H Seminar: VAT Reverse Charge & Off Payroll Working

Members only
12 May
12 May 2020, 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
National Railway Museum, Leeman Road, York, YO26 4XJ

CECA Y&H, in conjunction with Liz Bridge from The Tax Bridge, are pleased to offer members TWO FREE seminars on Off Payroll Working and VAT Reverse Charge:

Off Payroll Working – IR35 11.00am – 12.30pm

From 1 April 2020 your firm has been responsible for any PAYE that should have been deducted from the money paid to any worker who could be deemed as working for you on your sites or in your offices but who is paid via other businesses and for whom PAYE and NIC has not been paid. From that date you will be expected to look closely at all the people who work in your business , who might be supplied via others , but are judged an employee on the GOV.CEST test. Come and find out who you should CEST test and what you should do if the result is that they are a deemed employee.

VAT Reverse Charge 2.00pm – 3.30pm

From 1 October 2020 all standard or reduced rated supply and fix contracts done for another VAT registered, CIS registered contractor will be reverse charged. No VAT should be requested and none will be paid. The only parties in the construction chain who will invoice for VAT will be the firms that sell materials ( the builders merchants etc) , employment agencies, and main contractors who are working for the ‘end user’.

Come and find out what reverse charge VAT is all about and how it will affect you and more particularly how it will affect your cash flow. It is essential you prepare for the biggest change in construction for many years. It will bankrupt those firms who have not planned ahead.

Refreshments will be available from 10.30am and lunch will be provided between 1.00pm – 2.00pm

TO BOOK YOUR PLACE(S) PLEASE EMAIL: jayne@ceca-yorks.co.uk

Liz Bridge: Liz is the secretary of the JTC and has become very well known to many in Construction for her teaching on topical tax issues and her help to members of the JTC in trouble with their tax affairs. Liz is known for her common sense and friendly approach to those in the industry.