Tue 3rd 6:30pm - Thu 12th Mar 2020 6:30pm

You might have heard that changes to IR35 are coming - but do you know what it means for productions? The changes will require production companies to assess the employment status of individuals engaged via loan out companies, with the tax liability shifting to the employer if the assessment is not undertaken with reasonable care.

These changes have implications for productions and are due to come into place in April 2020, so it’s important you understand them including:

  • What the tax changes are
  • What the risks and implications are for productions / production companies
  • How to assess employment status, and the process of communicating the decision
  • What reasonable care is


Join Ceri Stoner, Partner at Wiggin LLP, who will guide you through the essential information in a series of seminars with ScreenSkills in association with The Production Guild on:

  • Film City, Glasgow              - POSTPONED UNTIL LATER IN THE YEAR
  • Wolf Studios, Cardiff           - POSTPONED UNTIL LATER IN THE YEAR

If you would like a refund for any of the postponed sessions, please let us know on pg@productionguild.com , , otherwise your payment will be transferred once the new date is confirmed. 


The Production Guild member rate for this event is £10.00 & VAT and non-members - £15.00 & VAT

This programme is supported by ScreenSkills using National Lottery funds awarded by the BFI as part of the Future Film Skills programme
in association with The Production Guild & Creative Wales.


*PLEASE NOTE* IN ORDER TO CONFIRM YOUR SPACE ON THIS SEMINAR, YOU WILL NEED TO REGISTER AN ACCOUNT WITH SCREENSKILLS.

BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE


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