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    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseSlice View Post
    No I'm not.

    Is there something about the loans that you need an answer to?

    It may be more useful if the mods can 'bounce' this thread into General so that more varied perspectives could be added
    Seems reasonable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamy View Post
    Going on the limited info available at the moment I plan on going for one come Monday morning.

    I also think it would be a terrible shame if a significant number of Ltd companies who took and these loans subsequently went bust come next April due to the IR35 reforms.
    Must be a way to work a good quality income-generating asset out one of these and go bump next April with the asset in personal hands and untouchable

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    Still gathering requirements...

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    Take the BB Loan and invest on P2P platform issuing BB Loans...

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    Quote Originally Posted by courtg9000 View Post

    Must be a way to work a good quality income-generating asset out one of these and go bump next April with the asset in personal hands and untouchable
    Not if you have any assets such as a property.

    Administrators these days are more aggressive because they get to keep a cut of whatever they can squeeze out of directors.
    Work in the public sector? Read the IR35 FAQ here

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    Now I am wondering if from April companies become too scared to offer "Outside" assessment, then how a business that mainly offer software development services will be ever able to pay back such loan?

    If you get "inside" contract, company will not have any profit and if you loan your salary to your company, then that is still debt.

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    As a well paid permie, who continues to be well paid during this lockdown, what is this all about?

    SARS-CoV-2 - Finally something from China that still works as designed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by courtg9000 View Post
    Must be a way to work a good quality income-generating asset out one of these and go bump next April with the asset in personal hands and untouchable
    Pension?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamy View Post
    Going on the limited info available at the moment I plan on going for one come Monday morning.

    I also think it would be a terrible shame if a significant number of Ltd companies who took and these loans subsequently went bust come next April due to the IR35 reforms.
    Hard to see how that would be the case. It WOULD be a terrible shame if a significant number of contractors get done for fraud though.
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