Supervision, direction or control (SDC)
Announcements in the Summer Budget 2015 shook the contracting world, with particular focus on supervision, direction or control (SDC). It’s now key to the proposals used in the consultation to revise Travel and Subsistence and in the discussion document on revisions to IR35. SDC is clearly becoming the key focus for HMRC in its battle against false self employment and will become the three words that every contractor will very soon need to be aware of.
How can you get up to speed with SDC?
In our latest ebrief: Supervision, direction or control we investigate:
- what SDC actually is
- what HMRC’s view of the world is
- where, when, what, who and how
- what happens if you are caught by HMRC
By understanding what supervision, direction or control is you’ll be fully prepared for the changes set to come.
SDC will have an effect on all of your future contracts and the way in which you contract, so why not prepare yourself now? Download our guide today.
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