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    More fingers than teeth

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    If you are a "real contractor" the regulations don't apply anyway.

    Conduct of employment regulations: a guide to opting in or out

    a limited company contractor accepting on paper that they are controlled by the client and wish to be covered by the regulations is sending a pretty negative message to HMRC about their employment status. Control by the client is a key factor in determining the employment status of a contractor, and can be part of a package of evidence that puts a contractor inside IR35.

    But, as highlighted earlier, genuine contractors are not controlled by their client, and so technically the regulations do not apply anyway.
    I would only insist on opting in if I were inside IR35, otherwise it's rather pointless.
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    Fingers like lightning

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    Genuine contractors are controlled (sort of) by their agency though, and it is with them that the regulations hold.

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