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    IR35 Webinar: Ensuring a proper review is conducted for each of your engagements

    Hi ....,

    Have you already felt the effects of IR35 reform and feel your contract engagement hasn’t been reviewed appropriately by your employer?

    Are you concerned that you have been lawfully operating outside IR35 as a PSC for years, but from April 2021 may be forced by employers to unfairly trade inside IR35 or via a PAYE umbrella solution?

    If either of the above statements is applicable to you then we would like to invite you to our webinar to talk you through how we can support you in ensuring your employer takes reasonable care when doing an IR35 status review of your contract engagement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Contreras View Post
    IR35 Webinar: Ensuring a proper review is conducted for each of your engagements

    Hi ....,

    Have you already felt the effects of IR35 reform and feel your contract engagement hasn’t been reviewed appropriately by your employer?

    Are you concerned that you have been lawfully operating outside IR35 as a PSC for years, but from April 2021 may be forced by employers to unfairly trade inside IR35 or via a PAYE umbrella solution?

    If either of the above statements is applicable to you then we would like to invite you to our webinar to talk you through how we can support you in ensuring your employer takes reasonable care when doing an IR35 status review of your contract engagement.

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    Woodrow Mercer Solutions

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    One upside of these reforms will hopefully be the implosion of the contractor-funded IR35 industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbrown View Post
    One upside of these reforms will hopefully be the implosion of the contractor-funded IR35 industry.
    Yep - it's interesting watching QDOS shift to a agency and client based product (with IPSco support) while Dave Chaplin flounders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Contreras View Post
    IR35 Webinar: Ensuring a proper review is conducted for each of your engagements

    Hi ....,

    Have you already felt the effects of IR35 reform and feel your contract engagement hasn’t been reviewed appropriately by your employer?

    Are you concerned that you have been lawfully operating outside IR35 as a PSC for years, but from April 2021 may be forced by employers to unfairly trade inside IR35 or via a PAYE umbrella solution?

    If either of the above statements is applicable to you then we would like to invite you to our webinar to talk you through how we can support you in ensuring your employer takes reasonable care when doing an IR35 status review of your contract engagement.

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    I got it too. Facepalm indeed. Good grief

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    Haha, got it too and had exactly the same thought.

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    So what word would you use instead?

    Or is it the reason you dislike the word employer because you don't like the reality that that's how most end clients see you as a temporary (and expensive) employee?
    merely at clientco for the entertainment

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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    So what word would you use instead?
    In the context of the email 'client' would be a good choice.

    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    Or is it the reason you dislike the word employer because you don't like the reality that that's how most end clients see you as a temporary (and expensive) employee?
    It's because used in the context given it displays an ignorance of the subject matter, that being "IR35 Webinar: Ensuring a proper review is conducted for each of your engagements", and undermines the author's credibility in the webinar product they are attempting to promote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Contreras View Post
    In the context of the email 'client' would be a good choice.



    It's because used in the context given it displays an ignorance of the subject matter, that being "IR35 Webinar: Ensuring a proper review is conducted for each of your engagements", and undermines the author's credibility in the webinar product they are attempting to promote.
    people who know the difference probably aren't their target audience though
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    Fwiw, the event details are worded quite differently on Mercer's website.

    The target audience... who knows? The recruiter that sent that email, hopefully!

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