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  1. And something that isn’t going to cost the...

    And something that isn’t going to cost the umbrella an arm and a leg to provide. Cycle to work stuff and perkbox probably falls under that category.
  2. Oh yes.

    Oh yes.
  3. Other Umbrellas should take note, it could be...

    Other Umbrellas should take note, it could be this kind of thing that differentiates them from their competitors in a legit way.
  4. WTFH is simply putting public information out...

    WTFH is simply putting public information out there for anyone who maybe interested.

    Very public spirited of him I reckon.
  5. Sticky: Request to the regulars on behalf of Newbies now till April

    There are going to be A LOT of new posters who will be asking the same things time and time again between now and April 6th.

    I ask you to be patient with them. They will be panicked and they won’t...
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    Oh you joker! :laugh

    Oh you joker! :laugh
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    No it’s bloody not. Give them a kick.

    No it’s bloody not. Give them a kick.
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    You’re missing the change of legislation. ...

    You’re missing the change of legislation.

    99.99% of the contractor population is now forced to go PAYE or Umbrella.

    Where have you been for the last 3 years (or even 6 months)??
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    Ooohhh. *sucks teeth* Harsh. Better to be told...

    Ooohhh. *sucks teeth* Harsh.

    Better to be told now than the end of Feb, I s’pose...
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    Sticky: Thanks DaveB, let’s make this a sticky.

    Thanks DaveB, let’s make this a sticky.
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    Just use the laptop. Don't much about with...

    Just use the laptop. Don't much about with claiming it off the company.
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    This is all we have atm. April 2020 changes to...

    This is all we have atm. April 2020 changes to off-payroll working for clients - GOV.UK

    It doesn't go into policy determination - clients bypass it when they say that they simply will not use PSCs...
  13. I don't bother going to the pub with them. I...

    I don't bother going to the pub with them.

    I did however buy 100 samosas as a leaving gift.

    That's the level of my involvement with client teams.
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    Because the agent will shove a PSL under your...

    Because the agent will shove a PSL under your nose and say "Here you are - pick one of these five/six etc"
  15. Thread: Naive question

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    Then I would advise trying to get a work visa for...

    Then I would advise trying to get a work visa for the USA and working there, because you ain’t going to get that here.
  16. Read the first few and last few pages of this......

    Read the first few and last few pages of this... https://www.contractoruk.com/forums/accounting-legal/48973-contracting-belgium-short-guide-tax-social-security.html

    You will need proper advice on...
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    It’s very simple. There are no expenses...

    It’s very simple.

    There are no expenses allowed for inside IR35. You will have to pay them out of your salary.

    You will NOT be able to claim ANYTHING.
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    Take your Plan B idea from Tory MP

    If you have the scruples of an alley cat, or Jamie Wallis MP...

    MP Jamie Wallis 'shared office' with sugar daddy website MP Jamie Wallis 'shared office' with sugar daddy website - BBC News
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    Where did you get this then? IMechE forum?

    Where did you get this then?

    IMechE forum?
  20. Thread: Holiday request

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    My pleasure! :D (I’m a tough love kinda gal.)

    My pleasure! :D

    (I’m a tough love kinda gal.)
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    Thanks DaveB. I’ve deleted the posts of those...

    Thanks DaveB.

    I’ve deleted the posts of those who love the sound of their own voices.

    Thread closed.
  22. Thread: Holiday request

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    I would say a shiny new contractor still thinking...

    I would say a shiny new contractor still thinking like a Permie.
  23. Thread: Holiday request

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    You are describing a permie in a permie job. We...

    You are describing a permie in a permie job. We aren’t PermieUK. Go on the holiday anyway. If they fire you*, so what? You’re a contractor, you’ll find another contract.

    This is what being a...
  24. Thread: Naive question

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    Were you given a list of umbrellas by your...

    Were you given a list of umbrellas by your existing agency? Was YourCo on that list?

    What makes you think that YourCo will be able to make the next list?

    And what happens if your employer isn’t...
  25. Sticky: We don’t know. What do you think? (Your answer...

    We don’t know.

    What do you think? (Your answer is your risk appetite.)
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    I very much doubt it, but no-one really knows. ...

    I very much doubt it, but no-one really knows.

    It's a gamble/risk either way.

    (But as others have said only a 6 month one in your case.)
  27. Thread: Procorre call

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    FFS... ...

    FFS...

    https://www.contractoruk.com/forums/umbrella-companies/122644-read-me-before-choosing-your-umbrella.html?highlight=Procorre
    ...
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    Here is a reply from DCG, I would expect other...

    Here is a reply from DCG, I would expect other umbrellas and their pension providers to do the same



    Ask if they do, if they don’t then you are going to have to decide whether you still want to...
  29. Thread: IR35 Cold Call

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    And there’s me thinking that the 90% take home...

    And there’s me thinking that the 90% take home ruse was too obvious and old hat these days.. :rolleyes:
  30. Moved some posts to IR35 Reform to avoid...

    Moved some posts to IR35 Reform to avoid confusion.
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    This is beginning to steer in the wrong direction...

    This is beginning to steer in the wrong direction now...
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    Hi, Have a read of this:...

    Hi,

    Have a read of this: https://www.contractoruk.com/forums/accounting-legal/134576-ir35-planning-april-2020-should-i-stay-should-i-go.html
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    Yep, very tasty. I'd go for it.

    Yep, very tasty. I'd go for it.
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    Tell him good luck with that...

    Tell him good luck with that...
  35. I would advise confirming your recollection...

    I would advise confirming your recollection before posting because you’re wrong.
  36. Castlemaine - hmmm... that rings a bell. ...

    Castlemaine - hmmm... that rings a bell.

    *flick through Rolodex"

    Ah yes, here we are....
    ...
  37. Merlin might be SaaS these days, have a look at...

    Merlin might be SaaS these days, have a look at that.
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    Sticky: Since that thread is 10 years old, I’ve moved the...

    Since that thread is 10 years old, I’ve moved the latest posts here and dropped the others.
  39. Thread closed.

    Thread closed.
  40. That’s because it hasn’t changed yet, and...

    That’s because it hasn’t changed yet, and probably won’t until December.

    2021 may well be a whole different ball game...
  41. Thread: PSC obligations

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    When you close the company, you pay all dues upto...

    When you close the company, you pay all dues upto and including the date of the last invoice.

    Therefore there are no unpaid taxes at the time of closure.

    (The same applies if you don’t close,...
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    Sticky: I’ve discovered the joy of getting to Gatwick by...

    I’ve discovered the joy of getting to Gatwick by train.

    And it is a joy compared to driving there.
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    Sticky: In line with Chinese New Year. All must be...

    In line with Chinese New Year. All must be ship-shape by the 25th. :)
  44. Thread: PSC obligations

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    Also, this shouldn’t be a horrible surprise* to...

    Also, this shouldn’t be a horrible surprise* to people, anyone leasing equipment/cars should have checked things out before signing those contracts. As it is they are going to need to cancel them or...
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    Sticky: I’ll move it to Business/Contracts then sticky it.

    I’ll move it to Business/Contracts then sticky it.
  46. Provided you get a very decent rate and...

    Provided you get a very decent rate and understand LIMOSA inside out, I’d say go for it.

    Let us know how you get on. :happy
  47. Like Belgium. *shudder*

    Like Belgium.

    *shudder*
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    Sticky: I’ve used Spareroom and got lovely lodgings from...

    I’ve used Spareroom and got lovely lodgings from it.
  49. Inside IR35 isn’t a business. It’s an employee ...

    Inside IR35 isn’t a business. It’s an employee <> employer relationship only.

    If you use a PSC, the agency would deduct the taxes first. That’s why your income is a salary.
  50. Thread: phoenixism

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    Ok ok, I do something this weekend. ...

    Ok ok, I do something this weekend.

    Particularly since I’ve done it.
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