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Staffology and Crunch cement IR35 alliance

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The impending rules requiring medium and large businesses to determine the status of their contract workers has encouraged two south coast cloud accounting pioneers to join forces.

29th Jan 2020
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Crunch, the fast-growing Brighton-based small business accountancy firm has signed up with Staffology Cloud Payroll to support its new package of services for workers affected by the IR35 off-payroll rules.

When they were introduced to the public sector in 2017, thousands of people providing services to the NHS and civil service were put onto PAYE. Many contractors who wanted to stay independent switched to umbrella company employers and closed down their personal services companies.

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By GR
29th Jan 2020 20:57

Another great article regarding the evolution of the business strategy of contractor accountants. It is going to be really interesting to see which contractor accountancy firms ends up like Thomas Cook (if anyone). I have no concerns about Crunch's ability to thrive in this new off payroll world. This is because they appear to be led by a very passionate founder/CEO. I worry about all the other mega contractor firms. They all appear to be owned by private equity or venture capitalists who probably don't really care and are just focusing on cost cutting. It is really interesting seeing Crunch spend money/invest to grow, while others are trying to cut costs in order to survive. I think I know which strategy will win long term.

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Mohit Baheti
By camohitbaheti
31st Jan 2020 11:24

Its a good strategic partnership, transforming a threat into an opportunity. It proves yet again that technology is affecting the accounting profession like never before. Also reminds me of an article named, go digital or go home.

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