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    Quote Originally Posted by webberg View Post
    To the OP - it's not your place to make the "in/out" determination. That falls on the end client and you have no (legal) say in that.

    The present supplied of people (consultancy) becoming a supplier of services (consultancy) will be looked at very carefully by HMRC and the consultancy is likely to be on the wrong end of tax liability, penalties etc if they are not really supplying services.
    you have no (legal) say in that
    that's misleading. You have the legal entitlement to challenge the SDS and the assessor must respond withing 48 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohntheBike View Post
    that's misleading. You have the legal entitlement to challenge the SDS and the assessor must respond withing 48 days.
    It's absolutely NOT misleading.

    The end client makes the determination as to in/out. That is the law.

    Yes that can be challenged but ultimately if the client decides you are "in", then there is nothing you can do except perhaps walk.

    An SDS challenge is long way from overturning an "in" decision.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webberg View Post
    It's absolutely NOT misleading.

    The end client makes the determination as to in/out. That is the law.

    Yes that can be challenged but ultimately if the client decides you are "in", then there is nothing you can do except perhaps walk.

    An SDS challenge is long way from overturning an "in" decision.
    there is nothing you can do except perhaps walk
    misleading again, and you know full well what options are available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohntheBike View Post
    misleading again, and you know full well what options are available.
    I don't have time for a playground "yes it is, no it's not" debate here.

    If you want to think that the law is misleading, fine.

    Otherwise, you'll excuse me for telling the people here what the law says.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webberg View Post
    I don't have time for a playground "yes it is, no it's not" debate here.

    If you want to think that the law is misleading, fine.

    Otherwise, you'll excuse me for telling the people here what the law says.
    Otherwise, you'll excuse me for telling the people here what the law says
    the law says that you have the legal right to ask for clarification of your employment status and you are allowed to provide any evidence to assist with that process. You seem to be supporting establishment propaganda by not accepting this.

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    Enough.

    Time to agree to disagree - go and look up the law yourselves.

    thread closed.

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