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  1. I think you've answered your own question. You...

    I think you've answered your own question. You are not selling software. The customer will not get the software, they will have access to a service.
    If in doubt ask your accountant.
    Also, you've...
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    Vodafone in Reading by any chance? I hear the...

    Vodafone in Reading by any chance?
    I hear the parking's a nightmare.
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    and if he did he'd walk out before the end of teh...

    and if he did he'd walk out before the end of teh contract, as that's what we're supposed to do.
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    Not true, and not what I said. I don't deny...

    Not true, and not what I said.


    I don't deny that. I pointed out a scenario where is common.


    I think the blinkers are closer to home. You are suggesting that client's are paranoid because...
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    when I worked there it was well outside IR35....

    when I worked there it was well outside IR35. Even had a home work contract so they paid for all travel expenses.

    0 day notice period both ways as well. Sweet...
  6. oh. just noticed. 2.

    oh. just noticed.



    2.
  7. really? A penny? And you'll look elsewhere for a...

    really? A penny?
    And you'll look elsewhere for a penny?

    It's probably down to the VAT calculations. The software makes VAT into round penny. On a single transaction it's fine, but on a lot they...
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    nice.... very true, but also laughable. Any...

    nice....


    very true, but also laughable.
    Any client, with a view to security, will not allow you to do this, unless you have one of their builds installed (and that's rare anyway).
    If you're a...
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    I was diagnosed with HT at the same time as sleep...

    I was diagnosed with HT at the same time as sleep apnea. I didn’t get any drowsy effects from HT medication, but the consultant was amazed I could even function given how knackered I was.

    Let the...
  10. Thread: Deleting Profile

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    Not so sure about that. Even it is personal data,...

    Not so sure about that. Even it is personal data, which I'm not sure it is, a request to have the data deleted does not always have to be followed.

    If the data is still required, then it doesn't...
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    Receipts and Freeagent - what's your workflow?

    If you reclaim the VAT you really should have the receipts to prove there was VAT paid.

    If not then it’s up to you, but remember that receipts are evidence.
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    long half-life = not very radioactive so no...

    long half-life = not very radioactive so no problem :)
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    this is not true though. Granite radioactive...

    this is not true though.
    Granite radioactive effects are based on inhalation of Radon, which has a very short half life. SO only a problem for people in the area in enclosed space.
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    it's true.

    it's true.
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    apart from the top jobs. Home Secretary....

    apart from the top jobs.
    Home Secretary.
    Chancelllor.

    And later on Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary.


    but you know. details...
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    not sure you'll actually save at all with that...

    not sure you'll actually save at all with that method.
    I know it may seem remarkable, but the finance companies behind leases have factored depreciation into their business models.
  17. Maybe.

    Maybe.
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    Army

    Army
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    Hmmm. Perhaps it would have been wiser to...

    Hmmm.

    Perhaps it would have been wiser to understand the costs before you signed a contract.

    Find a B&B and do a deal for medium term stay. It’ll be more than you have budgeted.
    To be honest...
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    wife

    wife
  21. depends what commitments you've made to the...

    depends what commitments you've made to the agency.
    Have you made any? What do they say?
    If they say you can't go direct to client A for 6 months afterwards then you should talk to the agency.
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    ****

    ****
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    the man's a ****

    the man's a ****
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    it is. By about 30-45 minutes. Each way.

    it is. By about 30-45 minutes. Each way.
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    **** edit : sorry been a bad day. All I can...

    ****

    edit : sorry been a bad day. All I can think is CLINT
  26. I've also seen people get conned when they think...

    I've also seen people get conned when they think they have some part of a company only to find out they have 50% of the class B shares, which are unrelated to ownership or remuneration.
  27. that's not legal advice though. That's business...

    that's not legal advice though.
    That's business advice.

    Anything under 50% and you don't control the business.
    Anything over 80% and the other party has even greater control. The details elude...
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    sponge

    sponge
  29. find a local solicitor, who you can meet face to...

    find a local solicitor, who you can meet face to face.
    Decide if you trust them.
    This will likely cost you a few thousand pounds. It will be money well spent.

    If you can't afford a few thousand...
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    gash

    gash
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    or they might have just lied to you. Makes no...

    or they might have just lied to you. Makes no odds as there's no work for you.
  32. Thread: Cryptocurrency

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    It’s only gone up since you shorted.....

    It’s only gone up since you shorted.....
  33. Thread: Cryptocurrency

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    Cryptocurrency

    Cough...

    I seem to have very bad timing, or an over-amplified effect on the market.
    I suspect the former.
  34. Thread: Cryptocurrency

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    Ahem....

    Ahem....
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    but you told us all to short it......

    but you told us all to short it......
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    if you don't know how go about it. DON'T. I...

    if you don't know how go about it. DON'T.

    I know how to 'go about it', but I'm not daft enough to think that it's worth saving around £1k a year (less than 1% of turnover). I get impartial...
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    yes

    yes
  38. Sticky: If you don't need to know then you'll not know. ...

    If you don't need to know then you'll not know.

    the client may well have a vetting team. They're just being paid to do what you could do on the portal, in a few hours.
    Sounds like HP/DXC with...
  39. you've got plenty of time on your hands it seems...

    you've got plenty of time on your hands it seems :laugh
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    I think you're crediting the behaviour with being...

    I think you're crediting the behaviour with being based on more thought than is actually involved.
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    pretty much what he called me on a PM

    pretty much what he called me on a PM
  42. If the feedback says you're overqualified it...

    If the feedback says you're overqualified it means they don't want you.

    It's just an easy way to say that without feeling impolite.
    It may be they've found someone else. They may have not decided...
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    citation needed

    citation needed
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    that's a bit harsh. Why do you always have to...

    that's a bit harsh.

    Why do you always have to take the most extreme position?
    It only devalues any opinions you may be trying to express that may have merit. I'm not sure any of your opinions do...
  45. racist???

    racist???
  46. having just been to vote, and seen the swathes of...

    having just been to vote, and seen the swathes of miserable twatty looking gammons coming out, you might be right.
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    hahahaha. Good luck with that.

    hahahaha.
    Good luck with that.
  48. Sticky: also depends if the client pays extra to fast...

    also depends if the client pays extra to fast track you

    My last one was one day short of a month, and that was with some clarifications asked for by the vetting agency.
  49. If it's a small donation, for a genuine local...

    If it's a small donation, for a genuine local team (i.e. not a scheme), it's fine as advertising. I have done a couple of teams for £25/£50. I get my company name in the match book.
    If it's for a...
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    no mention of British Steel yet?

    because Brexit/despite Brexit ?

    British Steel insolvency endangers 5,000 jobs - BBC News
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