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    Default IR35 changes cancelled in Tory Manifesto

    Other "guarantees" include tighter immigration controls and not to increase rates of income tax, national insurance and VAT.

    Whoohoo as my tax bills would go up within IR35 so I presume IR35 is now cancelled !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    Other "guarantees" include tighter immigration controls and not to increase rates of income tax, national insurance and VAT.

    Whoohoo as my tax bills would go up within IR35 so I presume IR35 is now cancelled !!!

    Champagne anyone ?





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    Unfortunately, neither Labia, or the Clitory party can spell IR35.

    They have been reduced to their Lowest Common Denominators. Lying. Crap. Duplicitous.

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    Lib Dem I guess, so at least we can have a delay

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    Other "guarantees" include tighter immigration controls and not to increase rates of income tax, national insurance and VAT.

    Whoohoo as my tax bills would go up within IR35 so I presume IR35 is now cancelled !!!

    Champagne anyone ?





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    Sadly HMRC see you as tax avoiding scum so you are explicitly not mentioned in the Tory Manifesto and are the designated money tree in the Labour Manifesto.

    Good luck deciding who to vote for - it's definitely the case of picking the least worst option with a chance of winning the seat.
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    "the genuinely self employed" would be characterised as those contracting directly with the client, having multiple clients, showing financial risk, have a business premises, have a web site, have business cards etc etc. But there are those without those attributes who would be classed as not employed for tax purposes by IR35, because of lack of MOO and SDC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIERCE TANK BATTLE View Post
    Lib Dem I guess, so at least we can have a delay
    Election 2019, Your Questions Answered: What's being done for the self-employed? - BBC News

    "In their manifesto, the Liberal Democrats have called for a review of recent proposals to change the IR35 rules"

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    Lib dems will tax dividends and capital gains as income - most certainly increase corp tax

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