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  1. Scammers the lot of them.

    Scammers the lot of them.
  2. 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.
  3. Sticky: It might be had not ComplianceLady also seen this.

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

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    :banana:

    :banana:
  5. 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.
  8. Sticky: Then let me respond a little differently...

    Then let me respond a little differently...
  9. 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...
  13. 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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    Unless he gets walked off the site for refusing...

    Unless he gets walked off the site for refusing to train the permies, that is...
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    That’s enough.

    That’s enough.
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    I’ve not been with them but a few minutes...

    I’ve not been with them but a few minutes googling and pulling up cached records (scraped 26th September) pulls up this

    PEMBROKE PAYMENT SERVICES LIMITED - Overview (free company information from...
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    But we can see that you both agree with one...

    But we can see that you both agree with one another Paralytic. :)
  18. The wrinkle here is the Ltd running a sideline. ...

    The wrinkle here is the Ltd running a sideline.

    I would still leave as per the thread but keep IR35 insurance for your company.
  19. That depends on your domain specialism, doesn’t...

    That depends on your domain specialism, doesn’t it?
    If you’re in Finance that may well be the case.
  20. BITD agent’s used to buy YOU a bottle of wine.

    BITD agent’s used to buy YOU a bottle of wine.
  21. Google ‘DOS framework’ and you’ll find it.

    Google ‘DOS framework’ and you’ll find it.
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    With that I would go permie and immediately put...

    With that I would go permie and immediately put the company into MVL.

    Close it down ASAP.

    Then watch while the world burns...
  23. I take the usual amount of salary, pension and...

    I take the usual amount of salary, pension and divis out.

    Then I smell the winds of change and spot the window of opportunity, get a cushy permie job and MVL the old company.

    Sorted.
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    Sticky: Maybe we could put our hands into our pockets for...

    Maybe we could put our hands into our pockets for this.

    Isn't this what people have been hoping for - someone (else) to take this to courts?

    Sticky made.
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    Sticky: Sticky made

    Sticky made
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    It is indeed being challenged in courts. ...

    It is indeed being challenged in courts.

    Fighting HMRC and IR35

    If you're that concerned and confident, throw some money in - the chap is doing the difficult job for you.
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    No, but I rapidly got very peed off knowing that...

    No, but I rapidly got very peed off knowing that those I trained walked into better rates than I was getting as a trainer.

    I dumped that and walked into one of those other contracts instead.
    ...
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    Where is FlorenceP now? What are your views...

    Where is FlorenceP now?

    What are your views on this Florence?
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    I have deleted some posts as they are not about...

    I have deleted some posts as they are not about Business/Contracts.

    If you want to continue in that vein, do it in General.
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    Sticky: Hatr1mathA I’ve already Banned gooddayall once...

    Hatr1mathA

    I’ve already Banned gooddayall once for trolling. So I’ll do it again.

    Permaban.
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    Please, please do not worry about this - you know...

    Please, please do not worry about this - you know what is professional, your critical faculties have not deserted you. The trans woman I recently worked with made me tidy myself up a bit, she raised...
  32. Thread: Mac OS Catalina

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    No, but I’m seeing shed loads of problems on...

    No, but I’m seeing shed loads of problems on Twitter.

    Makes my small Win10 evergreen glitch look very small beer...
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    Yes. [emoji3]

    Yes. [emoji3]
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    :hug:

    :hug:
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    Indeed, while I am still a Senior BA, I had to...

    Indeed, while I am still a Senior BA, I had to lose the BA title to get a decent salary (yep, you did read that right...)
  36. An employer payday loan shows that they don't...

    An employer payday loan shows that they don't value you enough to pay you a decent wage.

    HTH.
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    Hi Kate, I'm afraid that I simply don't know....

    Hi Kate,

    I'm afraid that I simply don't know. The important point to remember is that transgender personnel within companies are becoming more prominent throughout all forms of industry.

    My...
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    And this is webberg's response to the identical...

    And this is webberg's response to the identical comment you made in another thread:




    Note: I am watching these threads with interest...
  39. You really will have to look this up as I've...

    You really will have to look this up as I've heard that some of the major engineering companies ARE gearing up for IR35, and not in a good way for contractors (and that includes ALL contractors, be...
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    Good question - Mechanical, Electrical or...

    Good question - Mechanical, Electrical or Software?
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    £1000 a day? What are you, a rocket scientist? ...

    £1000 a day? What are you, a rocket scientist?

    Good luck getting that from the likes of Rolls-Royce or BAE Systems...
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    Good for you The Grass Is Greener. You'll find...

    Good for you The Grass Is Greener.

    You'll find that with this internal decision made, the next 2-3 months will be a bit easier for you as you can see a light at the end of tunnel.

    Sit down over...
  43. Thread: Dilemma

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    I love this post! And there you have it OP. ...

    I love this post!

    And there you have it OP.

    (Bear in mind that that is what Lance would do, allowing for the possibility that HMRC will have their hands full - but on the other hand that...
  44. Thread: Dilemma

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    A very good summary - and what you do is...

    A very good summary - and what you do is completely up to you and your attitude to risk.
  45. Sticky: Whether the contract is extended or not is...

    Whether the contract is extended or not is irrelevant. The question for you is - is it likely that HMRC would bother with you if they came upon your determination?
  46. And read this: ...

    And read this:

    https://www.contractoruk.com/forums/accounting-legal/134576-ir35-planning-april-2020-should-i-stay-should-i-go.html
  47. Thread: Insurance cover

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    Although I doubt that insurance is needed once...

    Although I doubt that insurance is needed once you are employed by an umbrella so check if you can cancel in those circumstances.
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    Sticky: AtW For an outrageous post. I really,...

    AtW

    For an outrageous post.

    I really, really dislike Boris Johnson, but that kind of post is no better than someone wishing harm to any politician.

    7 day ban and the post removed.
  49. Sticky: Then in your situation I would look at the notice...

    Then in your situation I would look at the notice clause in your contract. It may be a 1 month notice period, in which case you know when to hand in your notice should you choose to do so.

    (It's...
  50. Good God! What an absolute dim-witted insensitive...

    Good God! What an absolute dim-witted insensitive idiot.
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