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  1. Sticky: 3 years worth of Procorre victimhood here,...

    3 years worth of Procorre victimhood here, between 2012-2015. All three years had Section 9A enquiries which were responded to, and then applied for settlement before the original deadline and heard...
  2. Declaring to HMRC will not be about the arbitrary...

    Declaring to HMRC will not be about the arbitrary figures given to you from Procorre. It would be the amounts you received from them over your involvement, in the years you received them.

    As...
  3. They weren't DOTAS schemes, and as such, aren't...

    They weren't DOTAS schemes, and as such, aren't applicable for APNs.

    You are of course on the hook for the loan charge, discovery assessments and any settlements (you opt into).
  4. Are those your words, or those of your scheme...

    Are those your words, or those of your scheme provider?

    If it's the latter, remember they got you into this mess and will spare no time in ducking the blame should your assumed circumstances...
  5. It's already been floated on here that the idea...

    It's already been floated on here that the idea that you can arbitrarily declare profits at some point in the future outside of the year you earned the money for the LLP, is not legit.

    Of course...
  6. It appears as though citing that finding your...

    It appears as though citing that finding your details on a job board is the standard reason for contacting you now.

    The number of pointless, non relevant approaches has shot UP since GDPR. It...
  7. Thread: BIG GROUP

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    Sticky: Appreciate this Webberg. Will pass this on and...

    Appreciate this Webberg. Will pass this on and digest myself.
  8. Thread: BIG GROUP

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    Sticky: Webberg, can you confirm where the 'other forms...

    Webberg, can you confirm where the 'other forms of credit' being caught by 2019LC (or equivalent) has been stated? Obviously if it's a professional opinion, that is fine. If it's something stated in...
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    I've just asked my existing agent about whether...

    I've just asked my existing agent about whether anything will change from our perspective. I'd be somewhat amazed if absolutely nothing changed given the complexity of procurement frameworks.
  10. So since they have finalised their accounts, ask...

    So since they have finalised their accounts, ask to see a copy of these completed accounts, which of course as a partner you would think you are entitled to. As well as a statement of your capital...
  11. Presumably you'll need to be armed with a...

    Presumably you'll need to be armed with a statement of your current capital overdrawn account balance, which one would assume should be easily obtained from your LLP, as part of the 2019 loan charge...
  12. That all hinges on the idea that it's entirely...

    That all hinges on the idea that it's entirely plausible to declare 'profits' 5-6 years after the fact, which if it was the case, HMRC would surely not have sent enquiry letters and raised discovery...
  13. It sounds helpful, but the spectre of the loan...

    It sounds helpful, but the spectre of the loan charge and the settlement deadlines are making it hard to play the long game on this one.
  14. I would have said that not being able to get a...

    I would have said that not being able to get a copy of the partnership deeds, a set of partnership accounts at any given time, having any actual influence or anything even vaguely 'partner' related...
  15. Thank you for this post. As much as it muddies...

    Thank you for this post. As much as it muddies the waters even more, it's fascinating none the less.
  16. Sounds like a great PR story, however they still...

    Sounds like a great PR story, however they still operate a 'scheme' where either by your Ltd company or via an Umbrella your contract earnings goes to their offshore LLP, and then funds are...
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    On a 'PSL' as a (presumably) one man band Ltd...

    On a 'PSL' as a (presumably) one man band Ltd company? So you leave, and the new owners are magically at the front of the queue for who/what exactly?

    Sounds very fishy, and more like something...
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    Wrong sub forum then. Maybe ask to get it moved....

    Wrong sub forum then. Maybe ask to get it moved.

    There are a number of dodgy avoidance schemes using what they say is a 'legit' acquisition of your Ltd as an acceptable tax avoidance measure. Run...
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    Would the purchaser co-incidentally also be the...

    Would the purchaser co-incidentally also be the provider of an LLP tax avoidance 'scheme' that has turned out not to work in practice?
  20. Credit where credit is due, Dynamo have stepped...

    Credit where credit is due, Dynamo have stepped in and I'm already in the process of being helped out by Darren.
  21. Yep, a perfectly all above board Dutch Payroll....

    Yep, a perfectly all above board Dutch Payroll. Dutch Social Security number, registration at city hall, the whole nine yards. Can't see what is so hard.
  22. Me neither. Given I have all the pay slips,...

    Me neither.

    Given I have all the pay slips, showing all the gross and net figures with all the deductions in english, you'd think it would be a case of adding/removing up some numbers and...
  23. Accountant recommendations for EU/UK self assessment

    My accountant (Nixon Williams) have just told me they are unable to help with my tax return as it involved working on a Dutch payroll for 4-5 months of the 16/17 tax year.

    With the deadline fast...
  24. Any forward planning notions can go out of the...

    Any forward planning notions can go out of the window. I'm 10+ years in and regardless of the dates on the contract or any assumptions you might make, the only thing you can rely on in this day and...
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    This is why we/you (hopefully) get paid the big...

    This is why we/you (hopefully) get paid the big bucks - you have to learn to live by the seat of your pants and use a war chest as a means of cushioning any big blows or bench time that come along.
    ...
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    Yeah I guess I made those hell like assumptions...

    Yeah I guess I made those hell like assumptions on the 5 months she stated, as well as the figure, and did some fag packet maths based on that.
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    As said before, there are people who were...

    As said before, there are people who were involved in these schemes who are in the bag for upwards of 500k, facing financial ruin, broken homes amongst other things.

    The tax on 21k is what, a...
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    You got a gmail filter list handy you can copy...

    You got a gmail filter list handy you can copy paste? I'm curating a list of agencies but you might be able to save some of us a lot of hard work :wink
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    I found out the hard way about - Working for...

    I found out the hard way about

    - Working for an indian recruiter
    - Working for an indian IT supplier
    - Working in Europe

    ... all at the same time.

    First and foremost you need to make sure...
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    How about the indemnity clauses that agents are...

    How about the indemnity clauses that agents are putting on 'outside' contracts that let them claw back tax in the event they have to pay it to HMRC if a determination is reversed?

    A couple of...
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    If they are that confident their contracts and...

    If they are that confident their contracts and determinations are outside of IR35 then it's saddening to see the contractor landed with the risk.

    Anything 'outside' is pillow talk as far as I'm...
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    DOS is a whole different framework and you have...

    DOS is a whole different framework and you have unfortunately missed this years intake.

    You will probably be able to re-apply Nov/Dec this year and if you are successful, you will find out Jan...
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    Had to do this for a gig at the home office last...

    Had to do this for a gig at the home office last autumn, after I spent 200 quid on a return train ticket to London.

    Mind went blank, felt completely taken aback which just exacerbated things. Were...
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    I thought these frameworks weren't supposed to...

    I thought these frameworks weren't supposed to have recruiters in them. No?

    The DOS2 framework has loads of pimps in there, who just spam LinkedIn with bids masquerading as live roles.
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    The impetus behind the new rules is to make good...

    The impetus behind the new rules is to make good on the promise that it will raise 400 million quid.

    It's got nothing to do with ensuring contractors carefully word a magic substitution clause...
  36. Sticky: You don't need insurance for yourself if you are...

    You don't need insurance for yourself if you are using an umbrella. The umbrella has insurance which the agent will want to see sight of.

    The only thing you need to do when using an umbrella is...
  37. Sticky: You don't need insurance for yourself if you are...

    You don't need insurance for yourself if you are using an umbrella. The umbrella has insurance which the agent will want to see sight of.

    The only thing you need to do when using an umbrella is...
  38. ... and all this boils down to a tool that nobody...

    ... and all this boils down to a tool that nobody has actually used for a determination yet.
  39. ... put me out of my misery. Are you saying...

    ... put me out of my misery.

    Are you saying she's right in the literal sense of what she said, or are you saying that this feeds in to a larger conspiracy that the big IT service providers would...
  40. Penny still not dropping. Agent called me up...

    Penny still not dropping.

    Agent called me up about a bunch of gigs at HMRC Newcastle. I immediately cut her off and explain no more gigs due to IR35 to which she explains that the rules don't...
  41. These IR35 insurances only cover fighting the...

    These IR35 insurances only cover fighting the case.

    If you lose, you still owe all the tax.
  42. If you're on a Dutch payroll (as you should be)...

    If you're on a Dutch payroll (as you should be) then you have no need for a ltd company unless you already have one.
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    I've worked places where they have spent vast...

    I've worked places where they have spent vast sums of money implementing it (or trying to) and it's still reduced output massively over a classic 'get sh1t done' scenario where the team figures out...
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    Obviously we know on this forum that it's a major...

    Obviously we know on this forum that it's a major concern, but that news story making it out into the public is huge if you ask me ... QDOS, IPSE etc all warning about retrospective action?! Abandon...
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    I've never taken to 'Agile' over the last 18...

    I've never taken to 'Agile' over the last 18 months of being force fed it. Every project appears to take 4 times as long, is not incrementally delivered, and has a fixed end date which flies in the...
  46. Was at an evening sponsored by a recruitment...

    Was at an evening sponsored by a recruitment agent last night, to go over IR35 and what it means for the PS. They had speakers from an accounting firm, a payroll comparison website and an insurance...
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    Just been shown a letter similar to the TFL one,...

    Just been shown a letter similar to the TFL one, that has went out to all the people I know working at the DWP.

    The message is exactly the same at the TFL one asking people to bear with them as...
  48. I'm with AAME at the moment and they have been...

    I'm with AAME at the moment and they have been pretty good, even down to one of their staff visiting me in person at work to go over every figure, explain it, talk through the law, talk through the...
  49. I've had it from a few agents and dismissed them...

    I've had it from a few agents and dismissed them all, until the PS body on the other side of the engagement applies the decision making tool and lets the intermediary know if the rules apply or not...
  50. Does IPSE's IR35 protection/insurance hold up for...

    Does IPSE's IR35 protection/insurance hold up for contractors who stay in the PS and find themselves suddenly inside IR35, on the assumption HMRC go fully 'retrospective'?

    I've floated the...
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