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    Oh dear.

    Oh dear.
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    The next big thing is whatever scootie is...

    The next big thing is whatever scootie is shorting.
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    Or you could buy a Jenson Interceptor for 50k.

    Or you could buy a Jenson Interceptor for 50k.
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    MF's pantry was once mistaken for the UK's...

    MF's pantry was once mistaken for the UK's biggest food company.
  5. Tolley: Small companies ― who is affected by...

    Tolley:

    Small companies ― who is affected by off payroll working (IR35) in the private sector | Tax Guidance | Tolley

    There is some limited analysis elsewhere. This was simply from a web...
  6. This is just a summary. You need to look at the...

    This is just a summary. You need to look at the actual legislation, like the OP. However, the hook in your summary is this paragraph:



    Both your post and Eek's post implied that the small...
  7. I think the above posts are wrong. There is a...

    I think the above posts are wrong. There is a clear definition of a small company according to the CA 2006. However, the rules are also clear that the definition of “small” applies to the aggregate...
  8. Neither I nor BB is a tax adviser, so you can...

    Neither I nor BB is a tax adviser, so you can take our opinions on that basis, but the question only arises because of the anti-avoidance provisions introduced in 2013 and, in that context, only for...
  9. edit: oh, wait, holy thread resurrection, batman....

    edit: oh, wait, holy thread resurrection, batman.

    I think your accountant is wrong.

    Providing that you were non-resident at the time the dividends were declared and that you don't become UK...
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    Yes, good point.

    Yes, good point.
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    Well, good for him. You seem to have disagreed...

    Well, good for him. You seem to have disagreed with my point, unpacked each element of it and then agreed with each element. Curious behavior :laugh

    From 6 April 2021, BoS contracting is no longer...
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    What part of small companies and overseas...

    What part of small companies and overseas companies didn't you understand? Personally, I mainly work for the latter, but let's not pretend that the market isn't going to fundamentally change for a...
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    What part of the client issuing an SDS (or...

    What part of the client issuing an SDS (or avoiding contractors altogether) didn't you understand?

    You can speculate all you like about what might emerge in N years, but the legislation from 6...
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    It isn't about "you" anymore, unless you deal...

    It isn't about "you" anymore, unless you deal with overseas clients or work for designated small companies.
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    Yes. Inside all along. Now picture a very high...

    Yes. Inside all along.

    Now picture a very high percentage of roles that are exactly the same, in substance, but didn't make the same stupid gaff in the advert. Because that's what's coming.
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    One upside of these reforms will hopefully be the...

    One upside of these reforms will hopefully be the implosion of the contractor-funded IR35 industry. :D
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    This isn't a forum for offering comfort and...

    This isn't a forum for offering comfort and congratulations for decisions that you've already made or for avoiding awkward questions that you'd rather not answer. There are other people reading these...
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    You should probably ask your accountant about...

    You should probably ask your accountant about IR35 advice. It isn't looking great.
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    You've basically come in here looking for comfort...

    You've basically come in here looking for comfort and agreement, which is completely pointless.
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    Threads don't always go how you want them to...

    Threads don't always go how you want them to go...

    That said, of course you help them onboard, assuming you would entertain working for the client again. It's just good business.
  21. Thread: Sad day

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    :laugh

    :laugh
  22. Poll: If interesting and engaging were the benchmark,...

    If interesting and engaging were the benchmark, we'd pretty much be left with Monday Links from the Bench and Nick Fitz posting to himself. :laugh
  23. Thread: Sad day

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    What if they originate in Monaco? Can we have a...

    What if they originate in Monaco? Can we have a geographic policy on antivax cretins?
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    I think he's handing in the keys to his demo...

    I think he's handing in the keys to his demo trading account.
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    It has been 0.25% since 13 May :laugh Asset 30...

    It has been 0.25% since 13 May :laugh

    Asset 30 Account | Cater Allen
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    Roger that! :banana::banana::banana::banana:

    Roger that!

    :banana::banana::banana::banana:
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    Best instant access (or short-term access)...

    Best instant access (or short-term access) interest rate with an FA feed that I know of is TSB at 0.5%.
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    Pffft, not anymore. :laugh Best accounts now...

    Pffft, not anymore. :laugh

    Best accounts now are all around 0.5%, event the short-term notice ones (~30 days). I have some legacy accounts that are paying more, but not with FA feeds. Right now,...
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    Meanwhile, those of us with real accounts :banana:

    Meanwhile, those of us with real accounts :banana:
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    Poor scootie. His demo trading account is maxing...

    Poor scootie. His demo trading account is maxing out on negative wins.
  31. Thread: CGT Review

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    Sort of. Provisional collection of taxes -...

    Sort of.

    Provisional collection of taxes - Erskine May - UK Parliament

    But you're right in the sense that major variations to major taxes are typically applied at the start of a new tax year...
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    Oh well, nevermind.

    Oh well, nevermind.
  33. Thread: CGT Review

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    Seems highly unlikely to me that they'd take the...

    Seems highly unlikely to me that they'd take the political hit (at least among traditional Tory voters) on aligning CGT and income tax and then leave ER behind, untouched.
  34. Poll: I can't see any posts in this thread.

    I can't see any posts in this thread.
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    TSB and Virgin Money both have an FA feed.

    TSB and Virgin Money both have an FA feed.
  36. Poll: Well, 4 people from a sample size of 17 and...

    Well, 4 people from a sample size of 17 and probably a bias towards sharing good news :laugh

    Still, some sectors are doing fine - pharma, online retail, public sector etc. - and some/niche skills...
  37. They supplied that guidance ("unintended...

    They supplied that guidance ("unintended widening") weeks ago - yes, this is more formal, but they still need to update ITEPA.

    The way to ensure your umbrella is fully compliant is to not bother...
  38. From a large client's POV, the best approach is...

    From a large client's POV, the best approach is to ditch contractors altogether and bring them on payroll and I expect many, many will.
  39. If I were a client, I probably wouldn't faff with...

    If I were a client, I probably wouldn't faff with any of it, especially since s610 of Chapter 10 of the ITEPA needs to be amended to clarify that umbrellas aren't intermediaries.

    I would just...
  40. The additional problem with (1) for the...

    The additional problem with (1) for the contracting chain above YourCo is that they won't want the hassle. It leaves them open to potential future litigation about wrongful assessment by the client...
  41. CBA to watch the video, but I am willing to spout...

    CBA to watch the video, but I am willing to spout off nonetheless :D

    You may be struggling with (1), but it's perfectly fine to run an inside contract via YourCo post April 2021 if the Fee Payer...
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    We could label it "scootie".

    We could label it "scootie".
  43. Poll: Triggered by your own question. :laugh

    Triggered by your own question. :laugh
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    Dislike button. It's more passive-aggressive than...

    Dislike button. It's more passive-aggressive than calling someone a cretin.
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    On time? Ridiculous!

    On time? Ridiculous!
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    It's a bullish pattern if you're long on moron.

    It's a bullish pattern if you're long on moron.
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    Your IQ has been in a falling wedge ever since it...

    Your IQ has been in a falling wedge ever since it topped out at 80.
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    We should all celebrate the enormous not negative...

    We should all celebrate the enormous not negative win from it not not booming above 4500.
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    Is that one of Giuliani's legal teens?

    Is that one of Giuliani's legal teens?
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    Yeah, but there was never any doubt about that....

    Yeah, but there was never any doubt about that. Anyone who gets caught in that situation really only has themselves to blame.
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