Final day rate poll before IR35 Final day rate poll before IR35

View Poll Results: What is your daily rate

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  • Less than £300

    1 2.50%
  • £300-£400

    4 10.00%
  • £400-£500

    10 25.00%
  • £500-£700

    10 25.00%
  • £700-£900

    7 17.50%
  • £900-£1000

    1 2.50%
  • £1000-£2000

    4 10.00%
  • Call me (says AndyW's mum)

    3 7.50%
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    Default Final day rate poll before IR35

    Day rates could fluctuate wildly once IR35 private sector determination rules are enacted. Let's see what the rough range is.

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    Maybe not a good idea to make it a public poll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveB View Post
    Maybe not a good idea to make it a public poll.
    Changed it, and modified the final option.
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    Can tell someone with no background in data designed that poll.

    Boundaries should not overlap as anyone charging a day rate on the boundary (I am one of them) has to decide between one of two options and the results will be skewed, probably towards the upper bucket due to male contractors needing to prove they don't have a small winkie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    Can tell someone with no background in data designed that poll.
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    It did not go high enough for my current rate. So I put my butler's rate instead.

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    where is >£2000 option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    where is >£2000 option?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    Can tell someone with no background in data designed that poll.

    Boundaries should not overlap as anyone charging a day rate on the boundary (I am one of them) has to decide between one of two options and the results will be skewed, probably towards the upper bucket due to male contractors needing to prove they don't have a small winkie.
    a small winkie
    what's that?

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    asking rate, or current rate?

    If current rate, you should have a £0 option (benched)

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