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    As long as contractors keep thinking they are a group of their own, we will always be vulnerable to localised attacks. I run a UK Limited Company, just like 1.4 million other people. That's all the taxman needs to worry about. If he thinks I shouldn't have a limited company, he'll have to figure out a way to stop me having one. What he can't do is tax mine on a different basis to any other SME.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malvolio View Post
    As long as contractors keep thinking they are a group of their own, we will always be vulnerable to localised attacks. I run a UK Limited Company, just like 1.4 million other people. That's all the taxman needs to worry about. If he thinks I shouldn't have a limited company, he'll have to figure out a way to stop me having one. What he can't do is tax mine on a different basis to any other SME.
    Absolutely spot on - really couldn't agree more.

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    NorthernladUk,

    You took the words out of my mouth, for £50 pm you'd be lucky if he's still working in the correct tax year, get a new one and remember he's your accountant not your maid!?!

    Ramp up the £50pm to £1500pm and I'll give you details of a tax solution so filthy you'll need and NDA and a bath afterwards.

    In the words of Jerry Maguire - Show Me The Money
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    Quote Originally Posted by malvolio View Post
    As long as contractors keep thinking they are a group of their own, we will always be vulnerable to localised attacks. I run a UK Limited Company, just like 1.4 million other people. That's all the taxman needs to worry about. If he thinks I shouldn't have a limited company, he'll have to figure out a way to stop me having one. What he can't do is tax mine on a different basis to any other SME.
    However the taxman are all civil servants -- the worst kind of premise who have wasted their whole life away behind the same desk. It's really difficult to get them understand the concept of business.

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