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The term PSC is used to describe a common type of limited company that has been established by contractors, consultants and other types of self-employed workers. In short, a PSC sells the work of an individual or small group of individuals, and is owned and operated by that individual or small group of individuals as a limited company. The term PSC was originally used by HMRC in relation to the introduction of the IR35 legislation back in 2000. You can read more on this topic below.
Please note these companies are not connected to Sellick Partnership and do charge separately for their services.
This list has been compiled following a compliance review of the above providers. It is entirely your decision which provider you engage through and we advise that you seek independent advice.
Should you chose to use another provider not listed, they must provide all necessary documentation including, but not limited to; certificate of incorporation; VAT certificate; UK business bank account details; 3rd party certification of tax compliance; valid insurance documents (your Sellick Partnership Consultant can advise you of the level of insurance required). It is your responsibility to ensure that they comply with all relevant legislation. Sellick Partnership will not be liable for any losses, costs, claims, expenses, penalties or any other liability incurred by that provider, including those which may arise as a result of your use of this third party provider.
The above list will be reviewed to ensure our contractors are provided the best service and as such the above list is not permanent. Sellick Partnership reserves the right to amend this list should a provider fail to satisfy either a compliance check or levels of service deteriorate.
Although Sellick Partnership has conducted a compliance review of these providers we have not conducted a full audit. Compliance within the recruitment industry is complex and subject to changes within best practice, as such we advise that you should conduct your own checks to satisfy your own requirements. Sellick Partnership cannot accept responsibility for any claims, demands, actions, proceedings, damages, loss of profit, consequential, direct or indirect costs resulting from the use of any of these providers.