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    It might have been an assumption. I recall it but...

    It might have been an assumption. I recall it but cannot reference it.
  2. ‘Supplier’? You’re the supplier. If you cause...

    ‘Supplier’?
    You’re the supplier.

    If you cause them trouble you will end up in a world of pain. This is very much your problem, not theirs. Forget it and move on..
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    Potato masher does the trick.

    Potato masher does the trick.
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    I guess that would become part of the...

    I guess that would become part of the negotiation. If you have to pay tax on it then the government would also have to add money to it as a personal contribution... messy.... different department as...
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    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ERZBCguXsAA9_7j?format...

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ERZBCguXsAA9_7j?format=jpg&name=medium
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    If you’ve not known that till now, what else have...

    If you’ve not known that till now, what else have you missed that might be more critical?
    That is a contracting 101 question....
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    I once worked with a service desk supervisor who...

    I once worked with a service desk supervisor who was nicknamed ‘gravedigger’ as the only time anyone heard from her was when she was deleting AD accounts of recently removed staff.
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    That’s because the presenter is pro IR35 even...

    That’s because the presenter is pro IR35 even though he works through his own PSC.
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    Nor that they ever were blue.

    Nor that they ever were blue.
  10. You could have a liability cap included in the...

    You could have a liability cap included in the contract. And insurance to cover it.
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    Taking dividends next year

    All of which is true (apart from the state providing everything..... my definition of needs are not the same as the state), but does not make it a Ponzi scheme.....
  12. IR35 - Did the big firms collude and break competition law?

    Competition law is to ensure that suppliers of a common service compete with each others’ to ensure that the consumer of the service has choice.

    In your example the only common service is that...
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    You will never be able to explain why pensions...

    You will never be able to explain why pensions are not Ponzi schemes to the satisfaction of Peter simpleton.

    He needs to explain why he thinks they are...
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    Has nobody noticed they have no method to...

    Has nobody noticed they have no method to drawdown yet???? That’s a bit of a flaw really. I think I’ll stick with HL for now.
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    Parking in Leeds Centre

    Sweet street. £6 all day.
    You need to get there before 8am


    West street. £7.50 all day. More flexible arrival.
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    Depends on the context..... An IR35 trial will...

    Depends on the context.....
    An IR35 trial will consider if you are self-employed genuinely or not.

    You are right when it comes to declaring yourself to HMRC as self-employed, but the reality is...
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    IPSE? I’m not sure you need to be a LTD. for...

    IPSE?

    I’m not sure you need to be a LTD. for IPSE membership.
  18. Where do you do the work? If you do it in the UK...

    Where do you do the work? If you do it in the UK then the expert is wrong.
    I would also be concerned if an expert said ‘perhaps’. He is either is, or is not an expert, so he either knows or does not.
  19. Thread: Optin/Optout

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    It depends what the clause says....

    It depends what the clause says....
  20. If they are genuinely PB (check FOI status as...

    If they are genuinely PB (check FOI status as suggested), the tell them to go **** themselves. Prepare for immediate bench time.
  21. A tax investigation is not a criminal...

    A tax investigation is not a criminal prosecution. The concept of innocent till proven guilty does not exist in these cases.
    As for evidence. How about the information you provide then as part of...
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    Rubbish. I’ve had one work from home contract...

    Rubbish. I’ve had one work from home contract before. And have two running now.
    Rare admittedly. But they do exist.
  23. Sole traders have no issues with ir35, and can...

    Sole traders have no issues with ir35, and can claim expenses.
    I predict that this will become an option for it contractors in the next year.
  24. We’d send you to HMRC website as that’s where the...

    We’d send you to HMRC website as that’s where the flipping information you want is you berk.
    What are you after? Someone to copy and paste that same content here?
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    Same rules as always apply. Is it wholly and...

    Same rules as always apply. Is it wholly and exclusively for business?
    I’d put it as office equipment or computer hardware. Then my accountant would correct it.
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    The boomers are ****ed then. Let’s have another...

    The boomers are ****ed then.
    Let’s have another referendum next Jan :)
  27. Agents have nothing to do with companies house....

    Agents have nothing to do with companies house.
    An LLP is an intermediary.

    What address are you going to use for the registered address? I think it needs to be UK one. An accountant will provide...
  28. Plenty of LTD. Although I pay an accountant as...

    Plenty of LTD. Although I pay an accountant as it’s not expensive and as someone said, it’s cheaper to have an accountant than not.
    Not may LLPs.
    Pretty much zero where the LLP partners are non-UK...
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    Yup. Just another ‘I don’t like it so it must be...

    Yup. Just another ‘I don’t like it so it must be illegal’ argumentative bell end with no practical experience.
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    If you place a person, at the client, in breach...

    If you place a person, at the client, in breach of contract, for 6 months, at £500 a day, then the agency is quite within their rights to claim losses that amount to the loss of revenue. The revenue...
  31. Thread: Economy

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    *FACTCHECK* Nope. Flu has a mortality rate...

    *FACTCHECK*

    Nope.

    Flu has a mortality rate of 0.1%
    COVID-19 is 2 - 3%

    The Spanish flu pandemic was more deadly than COVID-19 but that's not a normal seasonal flu.

    DON'T GET FACTS FROM...
  32. Not very well. That's the thing about tax havens....

    Not very well. That's the thing about tax havens. They have different laws.

    And class action is not a UK legal term. There is a thing called group litigation, but as the poster is claiming to be...
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    Why don’t you explain how you think it should...

    Why don’t you explain how you think it should work?
  34. the orginal.... ...

    the orginal....

    https://c8.alamy.com/comp/AT0R7B/diamond-white-beer-bottle-AT0R7B.jpg
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    you don't understand how courts work. If it...

    you don't understand how courts work.

    If it went to court (and there's probably another 5 pages of thread to explain that) there are two questions being asked of the judge.

    1) Are you liable...
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    and Capita RSG In fact the only time I've...

    and
    Capita
    RSG

    In fact the only time I've had other than weekly was with smaller agencies, or direct.
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    They'll quantify it by guess work... The first...

    They'll quantify it by guess work...

    The first thing they do is send you letter demanding a guessed day rate for an amount of time. They'll basically start high by demanding the full rate as lost...
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    you need to consider... what's in it for you?...

    you need to consider...

    what's in it for you? You're a business remember... There might be nothing, and that's fine I suppose, but what about the risks

    breach of contract - you'll be doing...
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    until they get the evidence?

    until they get the evidence?
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    just try thinking about that for a few seconds...

    just try thinking about that for a few seconds and you'll realise how dumb a question it is.
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    I have done this. I recommended someone I knew...

    I have done this.
    I recommended someone I knew to a client. They got the job. I got nothing.
    The agency found out. Pointed out I was in breach of contract. Asked that if I have any more...
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    that is, in the eyes of the agency, a commercial...

    that is, in the eyes of the agency, a commercial engagement. The fact that you aren't making anything out of it yourself is why you're not an agent.
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    Indeed. I have three.... :banana::banana::banana:

    Indeed. I have three.... :banana::banana::banana:
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    equally. If not more enforceable. Limiting...

    equally. If not more enforceable.

    Limiting what a person can do has some limitations.
    Preventing your supplier from having direct commercial engagements with your customer has no such...
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    in that case, and if the agency took your CO to...

    in that case, and if the agency took your CO to court to recover the money. Would your defence that this is the shifting of a statutory obligation be sufficient?

    Of course if your CO could buy an...
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    Yep... Not something I fully understand, but...

    Yep...

    Not something I fully understand, but I'm pretty sure that transfer of liabilities in a contract does not trump legislation.
    So where the liability is explicitly the clients' in law, I am...
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    Don’t get me wrong. I admire your optimism. It’s...

    Don’t get me wrong. I admire your optimism. It’s kinda sweet.
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    that's incredibly optimistic

    that's incredibly optimistic
  49. Thread: Cryptocurrency

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    https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/blockchain_2x.png

    https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/blockchain_2x.png
  50. you've tried that before haven't you???? :D

    you've tried that before haven't you???? :D
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