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  1. White Collar - that brings back some memories. ...

    White Collar - that brings back some memories.

    Very litigious they were BITD. Very keen to tell everyone that they were all above board...
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  2. Thread: MVL question...

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    I used MVLOnline. I was very happy with them.

    I used MVLOnline.

    I was very happy with them.
  3. Sticky: You didn't investigate that page closely enough....

    You didn't investigate that page closely enough.

    Read this (the links are on the page you posted...) April 2020 changes to off-payroll working for intermediaries - GOV.UK
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    £2000+?? You haven’t been shopping around. Mine...

    £2000+?? You haven’t been shopping around. Mine cost less than that.
  5. ..and take up the insurance from QDOS.

    ..and take up the insurance from QDOS.
  6. Sticky: Step 1 - cease trading. Members Voluntary...

    Step 1 - cease trading.

    Members Voluntary Liquidation Process | MVL Online
  7. Sticky: I have always had my contracts reviewed and have...

    I have always had my contracts reviewed and have rejected those that were inside IR35. My working practices for each contract have been logged and evidenced to confirm that I was outside IR35.
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    Enough. Time to agree to disagree - go and...

    Enough.

    Time to agree to disagree - go and look up the law yourselves.

    thread closed.
  9. Sticky: Basically? We. Don't. Know. And running...

    Basically?

    We. Don't. Know.

    And running for the hills will depend on knowing if you can run faster than the fella next to you...

    (and I closed my company down, FWIW...)
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    This is where WFH home will help the assessment....

    This is where WFH home will help the assessment. If you do WFH for a portion of the time within a contract, to shows that travelling to various offices is travelling FOR work.
  11. Sticky: You don't think that there's a problem staying...

    You don't think that there's a problem staying the same client in an outside/inside contract flip with the same client, so you think that the risk is low.

    As I said in the original post - you're...
  12. Sticky: This shows that you haven't researched closing...

    This shows that you haven't researched closing down a company. It's a business decision, everything stays the same until next April. Don't jump at ghosts and shadows.
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    Which takes us...

    Which takes us aaaaaalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll the way back to the thread IR35: Should I stay or should I go?

    To all those people hoping for advice on how to stay in your current...
  14. Sticky: IR35: Planning for April 2020 – should I stay or should I go?

    We can’t help you with risk-based analysis because we don’t know all of your variables. That’s for you to know.

    But provided it’s a different agency and client you’ll likely be ok, if they are the...
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    Is this an agency version of a tax avoidance...

    Is this an agency version of a tax avoidance scheme I wonder?
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    No idea - this isn’t CDK. I would ask a Danish...

    No idea - this isn’t CDK. I would ask a Danish tax advisor if I were you.
  17. In this climate I would advise that no-one accept...

    In this climate I would advise that no-one accept any comments from anyone (including all on an anonymous forum) at face-value. If the facts you discover matches the words used, then you could accept...
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    And that’s all I need. Thanks for the tip...

    And that’s all I need.

    Thanks for the tip Amanensia.
  19. Thank you Carolyn. An introduction was all we...

    Thank you Carolyn.

    An introduction was all we required.
  20. And how does that info benefit the OP?

    And how does that info benefit the OP?
  21. The model seems to be pushing the risk and...

    The model seems to be pushing the risk and liability down to the contractor.
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    Take it. I've been in places where the...

    Take it.

    I've been in places where the contractor bunked off the last four weeks through 'illness'.

    BITD I would have been more professional - but it's a dog eat dog world out there and if the...
  23. Sticky: Commonly called 'Working Practices'.

    Commonly called 'Working Practices'.
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    Well good for you. Since you obviously didn't...

    Well good for you.

    Since you obviously didn't negotiate too well in the first place, this is probably for the best for your company.
  25. Sweet spot for refurbished iPhone as second handset for business use?

    I’ve just replaced my iPhone 6 battery for £30. Now it’s back to its old self.

    Well worth it.
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    What debts?? Have you been negligent with your...

    What debts?? Have you been negligent with your company money??
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    That's the crux really, what is informal today...

    That's the crux really, what is informal today can become very formal tomorrow with the right strategy (with money and resources) in place.

    I don't trust HMRC any further than I can throw them on...
  28. Not really. When a company joins with no person...

    Not really. When a company joins with no person attached to it and looking as though they only post infomercials, I always get flinty-eyed...
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    Not sure but it's worth a try.

    Not sure but it's worth a try.
  30. I do believe you're right NLUK. And I am not...

    I do believe you're right NLUK.

    And I am not best amused by it.

    The OP does not really add anything to this forum and I am keeping my ere on them.
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    Why do you think that I’ve stuck with IPSE for...

    Why do you think that I’ve stuck with IPSE for the last 4 years and will do so for the next 2?
  32. We don’t call you Pimps for nothing, you know.

    We don’t call you Pimps for nothing, you know.
  33. Sticky: Give it a go and let us know how it goes - we...

    Give it a go and let us know how it goes - we have no idea one way or another if it will work.
  34. Sticky: Yep, that’s the long and short of it.

    Yep, that’s the long and short of it.
  35. I agree. As an employee I think this is no longer...

    I agree. As an employee I think this is no longer required (and since so many don’t bother with it now, those of us that currently do have insurance are very much in the minority...).

    I certainly...
  36. Thread: Last minute Boom

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    I like the cut of your gib Sir! (I bet you wear a...

    I like the cut of your gib Sir! (I bet you wear a Fedora tipped jauntily over one eye, don't you?)

    Have a :banana:
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    I would get the contract reviewed to confirm that...

    I would get the contract reviewed to confirm that it is outside and ensure that my working practices remain outside.

    Surprisingly webberg is not the final word in these matters.
  38. Scammers the lot of them.

    Scammers the lot of them.
  39. Sticky: Yes, I agree with this. And so if he knows his...

    Yes, I agree with this. And so if he knows his working practices are different that's fine and dandy, and explained in the original post.
  40. Sticky: It might be had not ComplianceLady also seen this.

    It might be had not ComplianceLady also seen this.
  41. Thread: Bit of a boom

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    :banana:

    :banana:
  42. Sticky: Really? I would point that out to these guys...

    Really?

    I would point that out to these guys then.. IR35 inspectors to probe public PSCs retrospectively
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    Lazy journalism...

    Lazy journalism...
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    Yes they can.

    Yes they can.
  45. Sticky: Then let me respond a little differently...

    Then let me respond a little differently...
  46. Discussion can be found here: ...

    Discussion can be found here:

    https://www.contractoruk.com/forums/the-future-of-contracting/134836-boris-abolish-contracting.html
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    No problem - I've moved it out. And NLUK has...

    No problem - I've moved it out.

    And NLUK has indeed just answered your question.

    So that's lovely, isn't it?
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    PS - fixed price = 5 days at your day rate (x1.5...

    PS - fixed price = 5 days at your day rate (x1.5 minimum) for creating the course and then the premium per day until Feb for the training itself. That ought to cover it...
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    Oh dear, what a pity, never mind. While I would...

    Oh dear, what a pity, never mind. While I would offer a fixed price training contract with a statement of work, it doesn't sound as if the client is sophisticated enough to accept it.

    If you were...
  50. Sticky: Not in my view no, hours worked is irrelevant to...

    Not in my view no, hours worked is irrelevant to IR35.
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