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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    Yeah but I've come 2nd every year since...
    Not according to your missus

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    Not according to your missus
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    Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Stephen Barclay said this about the IR35 decision:

    “This is a deferral in response to the ongoing spread of Covid-19 to help businesses and individuals,”

    So then, does the government admit that introducing IR35 reforms in the current (covid-19 outbreak) climate may induce further damage to the economy?

    Does it not imply that IR35 reforms would have damaged the economy (in some extent) anyway, corona-virus disruption or not!
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    Quote Originally Posted by burnzdog View Post
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    If the Lords committees keep up the pressure by asking for actual facts in response to questions and not just the usual blather, and the industry keeps up the pressure by pointing out the damage being done to the economy there may be a slim chance that HMG decide to quietly shelve it altogether once the damage being done becomes apparent.

    We can but hope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham1967 View Post
    In the commons Stephen Barclay has pulled it out of tonights bill until April 2021.
    Perhaps the OP or admin should correct the title. IR35 itself has not been pulled out. Just the private sector reforms... for now....
    ... just in case the title unnecessarily gives the noobs any brilliant ideas.

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    Hard to verify but quite a few reports on here of companies (inc. biggies like Shell) reversing decisions and continuing to allow Ltd Co's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highland View Post
    Hard to verify but quite a few reports on here of companies (inc. biggies like Shell) reversing decisions and continuing to allow Ltd Co's.

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    The company I currently work for has given the go ahead for limited companies again roday, so its business as usual. I was being setup as outside after contesting my mistaken determination of inside. It was a blanket determination unless you contested with evidence, very lazy way to do things but it worked I guess
    Many didnt argue and most now are stuck in PAYE, but they were the ones who were inside anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creativity View Post
    The company I currently work for has given the go ahead for limited companies again roday, so its business as usual. I was being setup as outside after contesting my mistaken determination of inside. It was a blanket determination unless you contested with evidence, very lazy way to do things but it worked I guess
    Many didnt argue and most now are stuck in PAYE, but they were the ones who were inside anyway.
    Similar here. I kicked back against my inside SDS but client HR are now saying that they won't be following it up so I'm left with an inside SDS and my rebuttal on record. Fighting hard to get the outside determination made - COA and new schedule with proper deliverables looks like being worst case. HR are a lazy bunch of twunts; none of this has been of my own making as I was miles outside anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockhouse View Post
    Similar here. I kicked back against my inside SDS but client HR are now saying that they won't be following it up so I'm left with an inside SDS and my rebuttal on record. Fighting hard to get the outside determination made - COA and new schedule with proper deliverables looks like being worst case. HR are a lazy bunch of twunts; none of this has been of my own making as I was miles outside anyway.
    Indeed, a very similar situation. For what it's worth with the fighting (arguments) on record and the fact the pre april determinations aren't legal but only an opinion which was likely wrong due to incorrect process (laziness, blanket assessments), there is very little chance HMRC will attack.
    So safe in my opinion. Besides you and I know we are in the right with our own assessments. Those that rolled over and took it all were more than likely inside.

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