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    It's already in the Telegraph, which says that...

    It's already in the Telegraph, which says that HMRC will not enforce LC if open enquiries were closed in the past.
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    welcome to socialist Britain, where those who...

    welcome to socialist Britain, where those who can't work, don't, and those who can work, are taxed out of work.
  3. Seems to just be a normal contract on IPSE. But...

    Seems to just be a normal contract on IPSE. But like you say, I could use my contract and amend as needed.

    I'll be getting the Sub up to speed somehow. He's an old work colleague so we have a...
  4. Hooray Client has agreed to take a substitute...

    Hooray

    Client has agreed to take a substitute while I am on holiday and then in the future "as and when needed".

    Maybe not the Silver Bullet, but hopefully a significant big marker for "out of...
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    These same balls have been battered so badly in...

    These same balls have been battered so badly in the past.

    But today they came out OK. I placed 3 (leveraged) short positions at rising prices, just closed 10 minutes ago at a decent profit.

    I...
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    Was on IG

    Was on IG
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    Shorting the derivative price to be precise. ...

    Shorting the derivative price to be precise.

    Spread bet, or CFDs.
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    Scoots are you out of BTC/ALTs for now? I'd...

    Scoots are you out of BTC/ALTs for now?

    I'd all but forgotten about crypto but just now saw the BTC, laughed, and took a short position.
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    Hi Cojak Just a note - those links are not for...

    Hi Cojak

    Just a note - those links are not for the Tax Investigators / Film schemes. It's a different Kinsella, one that was a Loan scheme and long since closed/dissolved.
  10. This is actually a very good idea. The reason...

    This is actually a very good idea.

    The reason I'm thinking about a sub is that it's almost the holy grail to get out of IR35 (isn't it?), according to CEST as well... yea I know CEST is tulipe but...
  11. Have you ever used a Substitute - how do you go about this?

    Hi all

    Thinking of getting in a substitute contractor to cover my holiday leave. It's only for 2 weeks but I wonder if this will be a good chance to further add weight to my contract being out of...
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    Now that you've left DSW, what happens to the...

    Now that you've left DSW, what happens to the people that paid DSW for their advice/support through CLSO2 or LC?
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    Dude, I've done sh1tloads of this. Let me know if...

    Dude, I've done sh1tloads of this. Let me know if you need any help.

    A great piece of advice: find someone you want to marry and make sure she is excited about the property journey. As a team you...
  14. £82k in Scotland, and no travel. £90k in...

    £82k in Scotland, and no travel.

    £90k in London, 5 days a week travel away from your family.

    There's only one choice really.

    BTW £90k in London on a mortgage multiple might just about get...
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    Always invest for income, not for speculation. ...

    Always invest for income, not for speculation.

    For example, buy a property for rental income. You can buy a house and hand it over to a leasing company for 3 or 5 years (typically) and they pay...
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    But could you do this mid-contract or on contract...

    But could you do this mid-contract or on contract renewal at the same client?

    I suppose in many ways, HMRC would get want they want anyway. They know that fighting thousands of cases on an...
  17. Thread: BIG GROUP

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    Sticky: Webberg, you might have answered this already...

    Webberg,

    you might have answered this already but it's a long thread so I'll ask anyway: what happens when the Big Group case hasn't yet concluded, but the LC kicks in and it's time to submit Tax...
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    What if you don't have a loan any more -...

    What if you don't have a loan any more - technically speaking anyway. My loan was 'paid off' via some convoluted method when I left that specific employment back in 2010.

    What might HMRC do in...
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    Sticky: The problem with TTP is the 4.25% interest rate,...

    The problem with TTP is the 4.25% interest rate, which is this day and age is tantamount to extortion. A mortgage on your home is only charged at 1.4% (can be a little less or more depending on your...
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    The part in bold is important. HMRC will play the...

    The part in bold is important. HMRC will play the obvious card of coercing you into settlement soon as possible, whereas in reality you could have until Sept 30th to sign the contract.
  21. Guys can someone help me to understand how a...

    Guys can someone help me to understand how a pension contribution could reduce my LC liability.

    I have an old pension running but haven't contributed to it for 15 years or so. It's a managed fund...
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    Is it 2016 again?

    Is it 2016 again?
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    Wow is this thread still going on? I thought...

    Wow is this thread still going on?

    I thought the fad was long over.
  24. Anyone that knows your name can not only find out...

    Anyone that knows your name can not only find out your company details but also how much the company has in assets. This is what concerns me and I'm surprised that is allowed to be public, for free.
  25. Any way to prevent your name/company details from coming up on Internet searches

    Serious question here.

    If someone searches your name then it's very easy for them to find out how much £ your company has. This can make you a target for crime.

    Having been the target of...
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    10 years at 3.25% interest. You think HMRC are...

    10 years at 3.25% interest.
    You think HMRC are being generous?
  27. A lot of us are hinging on this. The 11 years...

    A lot of us are hinging on this. The 11 years from 1999 to 2010 are critical as it comprises the many, many thousands of contractors who participated in loan schemes before GAAR and the subsequent...
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    Guys thanks - it's sorted now. It was same as...

    Guys thanks - it's sorted now. It was same as last year except for a "4" changing to a "5".

    Yes my online account wasn't registered for CT so I did this yesterday too. Really don't like HMRC's...
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    Corporation tax payment - reference?

    I'm looking to make the CT payment as usual before the Jan deadline but can't tell if the payment reference needs to be different to last year.

    Odd that HMRC didn't send me a letter for the...
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    :laugh

    :laugh
  31. You have no idea what you're talking about. HMRC...

    You have no idea what you're talking about. HMRC don't care about 2008, they don't care about open or closed years, they don't care if people die over this. They only care about maximising their tax...
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    The only part I disagree with is in bold above. ...

    The only part I disagree with is in bold above.

    HMRC had no idea of the loans I had. So for CLSO2 they chose completely ridiculous multipliers to take a wild guess at what loans I might have had....
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    No my loans are > 10 years old so I have sparse...

    No my loans are > 10 years old so I have sparse information on them. All years are closed i.e. no open enquiry.

    HMRC know my salary from that time because they have the tax return data. So they...
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    HMRC gave me a settlement figure of double what I...

    HMRC gave me a settlement figure of double what I was expecting, so they've lost any chance of me settling now. In fact, the loan amounts they estimated (guessed wildly I should say) were even more...
  35. You're not the first to ask this and really HMRC...

    You're not the first to ask this and really HMRC has made a complete mess of the whole situation.

    Can I recommend that you go here: Loan Charge Action Group and join up with LCAG to fight against...
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    This report needs to be circulated far and wide....

    This report needs to be circulated far and wide.

    I have a friend in the reporting/media team at CIOT. I have sent him the link (though he was probably already aware) and CIOT will be issuing a...
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    Any settlement figures yet?

    Thousands of people registered and sent in data (where available) to HMRC well before the deadline for CLSO2. So would be surprised if there weren't at least a small number of settlement figures...
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    "Open to interpretation" is exactly the open...

    "Open to interpretation" is exactly the open ground HMRC aim for. It's non-committal. It allows HMRC to bend the rules and change the application of the law as it suits their needs at whatever time...
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    Hi G Why will there be PSCs closing in huge...

    Hi G

    Why will there be PSCs closing in huge numbers in particular over the next 12 - 36 months? Is this related to contractors leaving the business due to the new IR35 Private sector rules?
    ...
  40. I have written to my MP with Graham's template...

    I have written to my MP with Graham's template (thank you) but amended to replace "contractors" with "services professionals, teachers, nurses and doctors" where I feel it adds more interest to the...
  41. The Limited company would need to buy the...

    The Limited company would need to buy the properties from you. This would incur SDLT on the company and CGT on you personally. So you have to factor these costs into the equation.

    If your...
  42. That's one solution: your CV was too long so you...

    That's one solution: your CV was too long so you stopped working :rolleyes:

    :laugh

    I haven't seen my CV in wayyy too long. But the work keeps coming, even though I am trying to quit IT. Not...
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    Great for your non-IR35 status though, surely?

    Great for your non-IR35 status though, surely?
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    I would think it was a red flag for HMRC, if the...

    I would think it was a red flag for HMRC, if the role is much the same.

    Look at what happened in the Public Sector with the enforced IR35 debacle. Anyone in a running contract who was deemed...
  45. Thread: The end

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    Not really. But I see why you're trying to make...

    Not really. But I see why you're trying to make that point.

    You can have one client for years, with evidence that you have vied for renewals and held negotiations on every renewal, trying to win...
  46. Thread: Ir35 2020

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    Take an extension to March 2020 :smile

    Take an extension to March 2020 :smile
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    I agree, the big targets will be the ones that...

    I agree, the big targets will be the ones that have a lot of blanket out-of-IR35 contracts.

    But if a contractor has been with a client for years then it's an obvious target.

    Heck, in the...
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    You know, I'm sure I read about this somewhere, I...

    You know, I'm sure I read about this somewhere, I dunno, it sounds really familiar for some reason. Maybe it was on a thread somewhere on a forum, or perhaps on several very repetitive threads on the...
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    Please delete this thread.

    Please delete this thread.
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    "will not automatically trigger an enquiry" -...

    "will not automatically trigger an enquiry" - that's the get-out clause right there. HMRC will use a "computer says no" argument but will then manually trigger an investigation, which they can do up...
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