Limited or Umbrella?

You will need a limited company if:

  • You are a contractor in the private sector and the nature of your work means that you are not working under any supervision, direction or control
  • You are in the public sector and your end-client has clearly deemed your contract to be outside IR35 (this will usually need to be backed up by an IR35 contract review)

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You will need an umbrella company if:

  • You work under the ‘supervision, direction or control’ (SDC) of your end-client
  • You are working in the public sector and your end-client has deemed your contract to be within IR35
  • You are working in the public sector and have had an IR35 contract review deeming your contract to be within IR35
  • You are working in the charity/not for profit sector and your end-client has deemed your contract to be within IR35
  • You are working in the charity/not for profit sector and have had an IR35 contract review deeming your contract to be within IR35

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Working in the public sector or the charity/not-for-profit sector

We recently published a free guide for those interim managers, consultants, contractors and other independent professionals working in the public sector and the charity/not for profit sector, which you can download below. If you are working, or considering working in these sectors, this is essential reading.

Download our free guide

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