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    If you work for an overseas client then you will...

    If you work for an overseas client then you will still have to declare your earnings, and they will check whether you were actually working overseas or in the UK.

    If you are suggesting tax evasion...
  2. Indeed, I think there is a big hole somewhere,...

    Indeed, I think there is a big hole somewhere, which is why I think an accountant is required.
  3. Since you've deregistered using a P85 then you'll...

    Since you've deregistered using a P85 then you'll be paying no tax as you will be registered in a different country. You won't be working in the UK so there is no reason to fill out an A1 form.

    If...
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    Who is the CEO of Google?

    Who is the CEO of Google?
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    One can hope but earnings are up and so is the...

    One can hope but earnings are up and so is the share price. The share price has doubled over the last 10 years.
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    The problem with agile is that the contractor's...

    The problem with agile is that the contractor's workload is dependent on what is placed by the Product Owner in the Kanban board. This makes him fully integrated into the team, as the contractor is...
  7. An agreement on financial services with...

    An agreement on financial services with Switzerland will make no difference. The EU basically handed over financial services to the UK in return for manufacturing exports. Switzerland's most...
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    Venezuela on Thames

    So Boris has now outlined his new economic plan.

    The new deal



    I suspect there's going to have to be the odd tax rise at some point.
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    He seems to be grovelling for a deal.

    He seems to be grovelling for a deal.
  10. As jamesbrown says you fill out a p85 enter a...

    As jamesbrown says you fill out a p85 enter a leaving date and you will be a non-resident from that day on.

    Tax if you leave the UK to live abroad - GOV.UK
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  12. https://dryuc24b85zbr.cloudfront.net/tes/resources...

    https://dryuc24b85zbr.cloudfront.net/tes/resources/11049263/image?width=500&height=500&version=1430596754763
  13. This is not really a question of non-residency,...

    This is not really a question of non-residency, more importantly is this UK sourced income. Non-residents pay tax on UK sourced income. If you are working remotely it shouldn't be UK sourced income....
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    oh dear.... No deal with the EU inevitable...

    oh dear....

    No deal with the EU inevitable

    Joe Biden to put the UK at the back of the queue
  15. If the payment is to a business overseas, then he...

    If the payment is to a business overseas, then he will have no tax status in the UK, will have deregistered, and everything is above board.
  16. If he applies a tax code he will be operating...

    If he applies a tax code he will be operating through a UK registered business, and there begin the problems. He will be legally obliged to register a company where he is working remotely....
  17. Just one point here, if you are working remotely...

    Just one point here, if you are working remotely in a foreign country, then the income is not UK sourced, it is income sourced in the country where you are working. If you treat it as UK sourced...
  18. You need to talk to an accountant. The correct...

    You need to talk to an accountant. The correct way to handle this is to deregister in the UK and set up a company or register self-employed in the country where you will be working and bill the...
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    What is fascinating is how Tories are now...

    What is fascinating is how Tories are now proclaiming the virtues of debt and the nationalisation of the rail network.
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    Boris rules out austerity...

    Boris rules out austerity

    Pound dropping, debt exceeds 100% of GDP.

    Boris won't do anything that makes him unpopular, spend spend spend....
  21. If you work remotely for a UK client in a foreign...

    If you work remotely for a UK client in a foreign country UK law does not apply. You will need establish a business or register self-employed in the country in which you're resident.
  22. The rule of thumb is as long as you don't go...

    The rule of thumb is as long as you don't go behind the agent's back then it isn't a problem. If your aim is to switch, refuse a renewal and go to a different agency for the current contract then...
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    Debt levels in the UK below 130% of GDP,...

    Debt levels in the UK below 130% of GDP, unemployment below 25%, now's the time to go for it.
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    The UK holds all the cards, the EU will crumble.

    The UK holds all the cards, the EU will crumble.
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    yes hopefully, the UK will be much better off...

    yes hopefully, the UK will be much better off "swallowing" the EU's rules.

    :D
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    oh dear... UK must 'face consequences' of...

    oh dear...

    UK must 'face consequences' of Boris's decisions
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    If you give them an hour long lecture on reducing...

    If you give them an hour long lecture on reducing emissions you should be able to do it on Zoom next time.
  28. I would have thought you could accept a part-time...

    I would have thought you could accept a part-time contract. You should be able to give notice on your FTC if they don't agee. FTC's aren't like Ltd company contracts where you may be obliged to...
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    Working remote for the climate

    Working from home looks like it will be part of government policy to tackle the impending climate crisis.

    Reducing UK emissions: 2020 Progress Report to Parliament - Committee on Climate Change
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    Yes but it's the same application and you're...

    Yes but it's the same application and you're still coding the same modules, you've just moved it onto the cloud. To be honest that skillset does sound like it's really worth more than 45K.
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    That's normal, skillsets devalue over time. You...

    That's normal, skillsets devalue over time. You have to develop and move into new areas.
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    Oh dear... Brexit ULTIMATUM...

    Oh dear...

    Brexit ULTIMATUM
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    here's hoping, if our office opens up, I'm...

    here's hoping, if our office opens up, I'm looking for a pure remote role.

    :D
  34. Indeed she can take them to court. That would be...

    Indeed she can take them to court. That would be interesting, defending her right to use abusive language on a media platform.

    I'm all for it. Lets see what a judge decides.
  35. not necessarily Hate speech laws in the United...

    not necessarily

    Hate speech laws in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

    for example
  36. You mean it's OK to be abusive as long as it is...

    You mean it's OK to be abusive as long as it is on a social media platform and not a TV station?
  37. It's a ban, that's all it is. You can ban someone...

    It's a ban, that's all it is. You can ban someone from a pub, you can summarily dimiss them from a job, you don't need to wait for someone to go through a judicial process. If they don't like it,...
  38. Trump gets censored as well but he's not as bad...

    Trump gets censored as well but he's not as bad as Hopkins.

    I mean I don't mind her to be honest but if she can't hold her temper she's going to get banned.

    In any case she can publicise...
  39. Hate speech laws in the United Kingdom -...

    Hate speech laws in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

    I think we can both agree that Hopkin's comment was abusive.
  40. Sounds a bit like the argument of clamping down...

    Sounds a bit like the argument of clamping down on tax avoiders and arguing that it's the slippery slope towards targeting legitimate Ltd companies.

    Twitter doesn't censor opinions, just insults...
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    It's true though that Lynx broker isn't available...

    It's true though that Lynx broker isn't available in the UK. Clear now that as new services and products are developed internationally they won't be made available in the UK, and in 10 years time the...
  42. I find the fixation with the age of an article...

    I find the fixation with the age of an article fascinating. Erikur obviously won the argument if the best counter-argument is the age of the article.

    :D
  43. Yours is the strawman argument, you're arguing as...

    Yours is the strawman argument, you're arguing as if she simply expressed an opinion they didn't like.

    It doesn't matter how big, small a forum is, if someone is insulting you take them down.
  44. Do you think the same about contractor UK ? ...

    Do you think the same about contractor UK ?

    Should a pub owner be forced to allow an obnoxious git into his pub ?

    Perhaps we need a new law to force people to listen to obnoxious opinions,...
  45. Indeed since 1986: Hate speech laws in the...

    Indeed since 1986:

    Hate speech laws in the United Kingdom

    Her twitter account was disabled, so what, that's up to twitter they can ban whoever they like.
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    I worked for a go-ahead Internet co. and this was...

    I worked for a go-ahead Internet co. and this was precisely how it worked. Even though we were offshoring we were expanding the business, no-one was replaced but as you say the "grunt" work...
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    Number of jobs and salaries rising. Outsourcing...

    Number of jobs and salaries rising. Outsourcing is not a problem. Contractors need to start learning about economics, if they did they would realise that outsourcing creates new better opportunities....
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    When there are no jobs, no-one comes over anyway....

    When there are no jobs, no-one comes over anyway. There's nothing to "sponge" in the US.

    But it sounds good at a rally. Makes up for the empty spaces in the stadium.

    When the jobs return so...
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    Indeed sparse traffic is bad. What you need is...

    Indeed sparse traffic is bad.

    What you need is constant reminders from honking horns and hand gestures.

    :D
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    Yes they were demilitarised initially and their...

    Yes they were demilitarised initially and their factories were also dismantled and moved to allied countries, but in the 1950's they moved on.

    So presumably you're suggesting that a couple of...
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