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    he Must have a bigger line count than JohntheBore by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disguised Contractor View Post


    Yes. And you missed out compliance hell, even after you get awarded the gig, because you can't satisfy the extreme and obscure paperwork demands the agency has agreed to on your behalf.
    Eh? The paperwork isn't going to be any different to what you'd need to supply as a permie for a given business / role (i.e. finance might need more info/detail than a dull manufacturer of commodity widgets), with the exception that as a contractor, you also supply your business details / insurance / VAT etc.

    In fact, I've never been asked for my degree certificate as a contractor, yet 2 years ago, my wife took a new perm role and was, 30 years after she graduated! so, anecdotally, permie is more tedious for compliance!


    Quote Originally Posted by Disguised Contractor View Post

    Make it in London or remote, add another hundred a day, with a week's notice period, and I'll take it.
    Wouldn't the London vs remote impact the rate you'd take? but then you say £100 a day more...

    Any why a week's notice? its irrelevant to income - your end client can turn the tap off at 1730 (just like you can) and you get nothing, irrelevant of 1 day, 1 week or 1 month's notice! (Or are you a permi-tractor?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjcp View Post
    Any why a week's notice? its irrelevant to income - your end client can turn the tap off at 1730 (just like you can) and you get nothing, irrelevant of 1 day, 1 week or 1 month's notice! (Or are you a permi-tractor?)

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