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S6Singh
24th January 2013, 11:22
Hi All,

I've been contracting for 6 months and recently got extended for 9 months.

Ive set up my own LTD and have an accountant which provides me payslips when I fill out my spreadsheet of expenditure and income.

I take out dividends, and am not 100% sure if I am IR35 resilience. Interested in finding some decent tools and understand what expenditures I can claim.

Looking to buy a house, but with contracting for only 6 months I am not sure any lender will consider me.

I hope to be doing my research on the site. Any pointers will be most welcome.

Kinds Regards,

Essex Singh

northernladuk
24th January 2013, 12:20
Welcome...

The thread below will provide you an answer to all the points you raised in your post...

http://forums.contractoruk.com/welcome-faqs/58311-searching-cuk-forums.html

S6Singh
24th January 2013, 17:21
Cheers Northern Lad


Welcome...

The thread below will provide you an answer to all the points you raised in your post...

http://forums.contractoruk.com/welcome-faqs/58311-searching-cuk-forums.html

oscarose
24th January 2013, 22:37
Welcome on-board and warm greetings!

Good luck and enjoy.

:o

BrilloPad
25th January 2013, 08:42
A very warm welcome Sir :wave:

Waldorf
25th January 2013, 10:02
Hi All,

I've been contracting for 6 months and recently got extended for 9 months.

Ive set up my own LTD and have an accountant which provides me payslips when I fill out my spreadsheet of expenditure and income.

I take out dividends, and am not 100% sure if I am IR35 resilience. Interested in finding some decent tools and understand what expenditures I can claim.

Looking to buy a house, but with contracting for only 6 months I am not sure any lender will consider me.

I hope to be doing my research on the site. Any pointers will be most welcome.

Kinds Regards,

Essex Singh

These may be a start,

https://www.nixonwilliams.com/ir35_checker.asp

http://www.nixonwilliams.com/images/pdf/IR35%20Guide.pdf

http://www.nixonwilliams.com/images/pdf/Expenses%20Guide.pdf

quackhandle
25th January 2013, 16:23
You may want to put that house purchase on hold until you have a few year's accounts, but as ever speak to your accountant.

Your best research would be to spend the next few weeks on here reading the guides and as many threads you can.

Then read them again. :wink

qh