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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    How would hmrc know who my end client is. so unless they do full tax enquiry they wouldnt know that i am continuing at the same client
    They might ask the client and the client may answer.
    How else did HMRC get a list of GSK contractors late summer last year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    They might ask the client and the client may answer.
    How else did HMRC get a list of GSK contractors late summer last year?
    Have HMRC done this with any other clients though, at least to that extent? I know they can in theory do it, but in practice it has been very rare up to now.

    Any outcome is possible, but it's trying to weigh it up against the probability of it actually happening

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    They might ask the client and the client may answer.
    How else did HMRC get a list of GSK contractors late summer last year?
    So out of 100 ftse blue chip companies they chose GSK.
    The chances are very slim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    So out of 100 ftse blue chip companies they chose GSK.
    The chances are very slim
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    I wonder how much it cost them to ask GSK, how much it cost them to send out the letters, and how much tax it brought in? I suspect most contractors didn't pay but some did, enough to easily justify the cost.

    In which case, it won't be one FTSE 100 company, it will be the entire FTSE 350.

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