Mel Stride's response to my letter to my MP regarding the new IR35 rules Mel Stride's response to my letter to my MP regarding the new IR35 rules
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    More time posting than coding


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    Default Mel Stride's response to my letter to my MP regarding the new IR35 rules

    "The off-payroll working rules ensure that individuals working like employees but through their own company pay broadly the same tax and National Insurance as other employees who are directly employed"

    Dawn Primarolo's response to my letter to my MP, sent many years ago, regarding the original IR35 rules -

    "The intermediary regulations ensure that individuals working like employees but through their own company pay broadly the same tax and National Insurance as other employees who are directly employed"

    nothing changes, individuals come and go, but HMRC remains.

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    Government, and in particular HMRC, do not get the modern world and the importance of an IT workforce that is flexible.

    The point s that contractors do not work like employees. There is no MOO. Companies need freedom to move fast.

    No wonder the UK is stuffed....

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