Ensuring Contractor-Freelancer Compliance for your Company

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Ensuring Contractor-Freelancer Compliance for your Company

Ensuring Contractor-Freelancer Compliance for your Company
Ensuring Ensuring Contractor-Freelancer Compliance for your Company is difficult. Increasingly, revenue are reviewing contractor umbrella services, underlying structures, and personal limited companies to ensure compliance. If this is not done it can have a negative impact on the company from a legal, reputational and revenue perspective.
From a structure point of view, it is important a compliant and straightforward structure is employed. The only 2 options are a PAYE Umbrella structure or a personal limited company. Director Umbrellas are not compliant from governance, GDPR etc perspective and a sole trader option may cause issues due to a lack of business insurance.

In order to ensure that the contractors that work via your Agency or company are tax and company compliant the following MUST be in place:

  1. Certificate of incorporation.
  2. VAT & Tax registration
  3. Proof of Business Bank Account
  4. Up to date tax clearance certificate

Accounting Pro is Ireland’s premier contractor accounting service.  We are here to help, the busy contractor and company, with all your accounting and payroll needs. We are both an umbrella company and umbrella corporation and we can create your limited company. We are experts in contractor pensions, contractor health insurance, illness and sick benefit for the self employed and contractor expenses. To learn more about what we do please review https://www.accounting-pro.ie/  and contact us by email:  info@accounting-pro.ie or phone us 01 6933370. For the UK see Accounting-Pro UK. “Ensuring Contractor-Freelancer Compliance for your Company” is an article written by Accounting-Pro Ireland for the benefit of everyone. Feel free to share it but please give attribution on a CC BY-SA license.

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