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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    Considering it's a 20 year old piece of legislation that fundamentally affects the way contractors work, I'm a bit surprised you don't think it important enough to make the effort to be aware of it and its potential impact on your business.

    It's like being a pie maker and saying "I didn't realise that I needed to know about food hygiene and labelling, what a faff". Every business owner should make themselves aware of the legislation that affects them.
    Exactly this. Bearing in mind the impact is likely to be a 35% cut in income, risk of retrospective action and may require you quit your client in the next 3 weeks which could lead to a very long and painful period in the bench and/or going permanent.

    Longer term it could spell the worst period in contracting ever with the whole landscape changing for a long period of time.

    All this and it lands in 6 weeks.....

    So the question itself may not be thst dumb, poorly researched and lazy possibly. To ask this level of question at this time is just.. Well....

    Sadly I'm sure someone will ask exactly this weeks after April but I'm sure I'll be waiting for my ban to expire when they do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    Exactly this. Bearing in mind the impact is likely to be a 35% cut in income, risk of retrospective action and may require you quit your client in the next 3 weeks which could lead to a very long and painful period in the bench and/or going permanent.

    Longer term it could spell the worst period in contracting ever with the whole landscape changing for a long period of time.

    All this and it lands in 6 weeks.....

    So the question itself may not be thst dumb, poorly researched and lazy possibly. To ask this level of question at this time is just.. Well....

    Sadly I'm sure someone will exactly this weeks after April but I'm sure I'll be waiting for my ban to expire when they do.
    i might beat you to it

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