Sarah Howarth discusses high-profile IR35 court cases – what do they mean for you?

As part of an ongoing series, we are speaking with various people within our Tax team to discuss public court cases and explore what our clients can learn from them.

In our first video, Sarah Howarth, a Senior Manager within our Tax team analyses two high-profile IR35 cases, ‘Christa Ackroyd Media Limited v HMRC [2018] TC06334 and Albatel Limited v HMRC [2019] TC07045′.

What do these public cases mean for everyone else, and how can Price Bailey’s Tax Investigation Service support clients that are being investigated by HMRC? 

Watch our video below to find out more. 

If you wish to find out more about our Tax Investigation Service offering, then you can contact us using the form below.

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