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    Quote Originally Posted by malvolio View Post
    ... this is what you get less Employer NICs and PAYE only. Employee NICs and Apprentice Levy should be paid to the fee payer by the end client and is not part of the contractor's rates.
    Those two are the wrong way round, right ?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spoiler View Post
    Those two are the wrong way round, right ?!
    Ermm... Quite possibly...
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    Quote Originally Posted by malvolio View Post
    Ermm... Quite possibly...
    In these times it's comforting to have CUK still maintaining its low standard of facts

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    We've 3 people here that failed contracting and had to become mods as well.
    You are not alone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spoiler View Post
    In these times it's comforting to have CUK still maintaining its low standard of facts
    I read that twice before posting it and still missed that I'd crossed the two. Given I'm basically an architect its a little annoying...

    But then i am very old and was probably verra verra drunk...
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    If the role is commutable and the net pay is acceptable - use an umbrella calculator (contractor umbrella or paystream) - then you need to decided if the role is acceptable (bearing in mind you have no employment rights).


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