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  1. Thread: Payeworx

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    Indeed. And £350 per week fee...

    Indeed. And £350 per week fee...
  2. Thread: Payeworx

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    Payeworx

    Hi all,

    Seen these guys advertising all over LinkedIn, the face/founder is very active and getting involved in a lot of IR35 chats, very transparent about the fact it is a recently incorporated...
  3. Thread: VAT in PAYE/IR35

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    Contractors are a capital expense and can be...

    Contractors are a capital expense and can be written off against Corporation tax annually. PAYE direct is revenue expenditure and cannot be, so costs the bank more. Standard stuff for Business Case...
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    This approach is my primary concern with the MSR...

    This approach is my primary concern with the MSR approach. I mainly work on Business Operating Model design, and half the time the client has no idea what an Op Model is/for, or they mean a solution...
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    Indeed. I had assumed that would be obvious to...

    Indeed. I had assumed that would be obvious to anyone reading it.

    Just thought some of that info might be of interest.
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    Long time lurker and contractor (21 years), and...

    Long time lurker and contractor (21 years), and have been reading these with interest. Am currently at an Investment firm in Edinburgh with a heavy contract presence (not one of those discussed here...
  7. After!

    After!
  8. I am inclined to agree somewhat, in that the gap...

    I am inclined to agree somewhat, in that the gap between both may make perm a viable alternative if you can land a decent perm role. I suspect that won't be the case for most BA types though was my...
  9. Couldn't agree more. I am struggling with this...

    Couldn't agree more. I am struggling with this very issue on my team at the moment. The rule seems to be 'if I have been a BA for more than 3 years in am a senior BA', it doesn't seem to relate to...
  10. I agree. Contract business analysts outside...

    I agree. Contract business analysts outside London are circa £325 - £450 a day with perm salaries being up to £35k/£40k, down to low £20k's for the lower end of the scale.

    So contract rates are...
  11. Not sure. The language was along the lines of...

    Not sure. The language was along the lines of tackling "individuals who incorporate for tax management purposes" but the rules also don't seem to apply to "firms with employees". Just feels like...
  12. Out of curiosity, if the company had 2 fee...

    Out of curiosity, if the company had 2 fee earning directors do the same rules then apply? It seems to be targeted at one man companies, so am wondering if 2 directors (or more) = exempt? Not saying...
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    Hi all - does anyone have a ballpark figure for...

    Hi all - does anyone have a ballpark figure for the amount hmrc are asking for? I have seen the accrued interest calculator, but is there a rough figure for the base amount they believe is owed? i.e....
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