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  1. You may be right for this scenario, but I was...

    You may be right for this scenario, but I was thinking for the case when contractor uses its own company for the inside contract. I am not sure the fee payer would be liable.
  2. Such contractor can only take their own company...

    Such contractor can only take their own company to tribunal, as HMRC have said many times. They actually encouraged it if I recall for those who think they have no rights.

    It is of course easy,...
  3. Savings are only reserved for elites. If the Pleb...

    Savings are only reserved for elites. If the Pleb have savings then it means the taxes are too low.
    It seems like a good time to put 25% tax on savings for any rich person that has over £20k in...
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    In the next couple of months I am planning to...

    In the next couple of months I am planning to remove all recurring costs that are not absolutely necessary to get monthly outgoings to a minimum.

    Then I am going to get any light job that will pay...
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    An exception makes the rule.

    An exception makes the rule.
  6. Once companies get a taste of no rights...

    Once companies get a taste of no rights employment, I am afraid will be no going back.

    If someone wants to make good money, it is probably time to create an agency that will help employers create...
  7. Nothing new here. Blocking access to certain...

    Nothing new here. Blocking access to certain medication is a conservative speciality.
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    Better have my money! :rollin:

    Better have my money! :rollin:
  9. Because that's extra paperwork and headache (not...

    Because that's extra paperwork and headache (not that particular body risks being closed down), plus they can blame wrong SDS on HRMC tooling and ask for greater budget next year.
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    In times of crisis, communist countries issued...

    In times of crisis, communist countries issued ration stamps. What's next tovarisch Sunak?
  11. There is a huge difference between reality of the...

    There is a huge difference between reality of the market in public sector versus private sector. If public sector organisation messes up the status determination, the penalty they get is an...
  12. Many contractors I know are happy with the...

    Many contractors I know are happy with the reform, because in their opinion it will clear the market out of permietractors and it will not affect truly self employed. They are in for a surprise...
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    This is not what I suggested, only that UK client...

    This is not what I suggested, only that UK client could have an offshore supplier and contractor an offshore client. Of course contractor would declare earnings as required by law in their CT and SA.
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    How the UK client can ensure offshore supplier...

    How the UK client can ensure offshore supplier doesn't use any UK based contractor to build the project? I didn't mean the supply of labour where offshore company supplies contractor to work directly...
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    Labour idea of those with "broad shoulders" is...

    Labour idea of those with "broad shoulders" is someone making over £75k, then middle class for them is someone able to afford Waitrose chicken from time to time. They happily waved IR35 through so...
  16. Dinosaurs are still there, just under ground...

    Dinosaurs are still there, just under ground getting fossilised.
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    It is just a matter of time when they start...

    It is just a matter of time when they start creating labour camps for entrepreneurs.

    Poor people will need bread and circuses and they will get it as long as they vote conservatives.
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    This could be structured so that contractor works...

    This could be structured so that contractor works directly for overseas client, but that client would be under direction of UK company through intermediary. Technically the client will not be...
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    Inevitably there are going to be schemes were...

    Inevitably there are going to be schemes were local companies will be ordering services from an overseas company and that company (or few layers deep) will be taking local contractors. Then HMRC will...
  20. And if nobody wants it, then they will moan to...

    And if nobody wants it, then they will moan to Chancellor that there is shortage of IT skills and kindly ask him to have a word with his father in law...
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    I received another call today for inside gig....

    I received another call today for inside gig. Laughable rate again plus I would have to travel and when I ran the ticket costs, I could be better off stacking shelves in a supermarket.
  22. That legal entity is PSC. They even said...

    That legal entity is PSC. They even said something along the lines of taking your own company to employment tribunal to establish your rights.
  23. As things are going with HMRC, the taxman may...

    As things are going with HMRC, the taxman may still say that this is an elaborate scheme to avoid tax.
  24. Why would they open themselves to liability for...

    Why would they open themselves to liability for incorrect status determination? If you read HMRC guidance almost every role one way or another qualifies inside IR35. I think there will be a boom for...
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    I am probably going to complete the SaaS platform...

    I am probably going to complete the SaaS platform I've been working on couple of years ago but abandoned and in the meantime take any light job that will pay the bills. I don't fancy reaching into my...
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    I had setup a call with potential client last...

    I had setup a call with potential client last Monday, but he didn't call and doesn't reply anymore. That seems like a theme now.
  27. As Jesse Norman pointed out this is technically...

    As Jesse Norman pointed out this is technically not true, as the contractors company is responsible for giving him or her employment benefits, e.g. sick pay. He however didn't say that contractor's...
  28. Give it five years and everyone will also be...

    Give it five years and everyone will also be working on crappy equipment as I doubt you would want to buy a new laptop out of salary to use for work.
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    Every communist regime has spotters embedded in...

    Every communist regime has spotters embedded in the community. That's how this is going to start. You won't even notice when you'll be reported for having Chinese tea instead of Yorkshire one in your...
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    Labour seems content that many contractors will...

    Labour seems content that many contractors will now pay effective tax rate of over 50%. That's a dream come true for any communist and to think that it was delivered by CONservatives :rollin:

    IR35...
  31. Nonsense. Just spin up an FTP server and let...

    Nonsense. Just spin up an FTP server and let people upload the txt forms to incoming.
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    Billions were made in Venezuela on bogus...

    Billions were made in Venezuela on bogus construction projects started by their government laugh
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpFiBXE0hk4 ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpFiBXE0hk4

    Innit
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    I thought Boris is going to grant citizenship for...

    I thought Boris is going to grant citizenship for those 3 million to counter the loss of 3 million or so votes that will be a result of shafting small business during crisis.
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    The taxman still may say that the board is setup...

    The taxman still may say that the board is setup separately as part of the tax avoidance arrangement. I.e. if that separate board was integrated into the team's board, the contractor could still do...
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    Taxman can argue that in such case substitution...

    Taxman can argue that in such case substitution is hugely impractical and because of that it renders the given service as personal. Another caveat is that when the pool of people that could be used...
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    By using the same logic, one can say that the...

    By using the same logic, one can say that the poor pay low taxes, therefore low tax leads to poverty...
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    You seem to have bought the propaganda that this...

    You seem to have bought the propaganda that this reform does not affect freelancers and that everything will be fine, only permietractors will be inside. Run your contract through CEST tool and...
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    They still need to compete with private sector...

    They still need to compete with private sector and probably only thing that makes them outside is the substitute clause. Once "level playing field" will be established and companies will be fearful...
  40. Status comes from the contract. If the client...

    Status comes from the contract. If the client won't accept substitute, will specify place / time where you work and you will have to adhere to client's standards then only conclusion you can sensibly...
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    There will be no shortages of contracts, but...

    There will be no shortages of contracts, but everything will be inside IR35 and you will compete with converted perms and cheap workers flown in by big consultancies.
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    And bill the consultation fee for the call...

    And bill the consultation fee for the call...
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    Won't this 543 or whatever clause turn the...

    Won't this 543 or whatever clause turn the contract inside IR35? As the client is exercising significant control and what is essentially an unpaid overtime would suggest employment contract rather...
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    The same one?...

    The same one? https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/tulips
  45. Boris is a hero of United Peopledom communist...

    Boris is a hero of United Peopledom communist revolution. Half of the nation on state payroll, nationalisation of companies, prohibitive taxation on small companies, general hostility towards small...
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    If you sign the contract you may look for a loan...

    If you sign the contract you may look for a loan to bridge the gap. It may be difficult if you just have started trading.

    Some clients do pay promptly and some you have to chase for weeks or...
  47. Don't forget to grease yourself with a thermal...

    Don't forget to grease yourself with a thermal paste.
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    Germany tried with Luftwaffe and failed. Germany...

    Germany tried with Luftwaffe and failed.
    Germany tried with their Euros and failed.
    What's next?
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    If the client doesn't want to accept substitute...

    If the client doesn't want to accept substitute and the terms of the contract are shaped for the purpose of avoiding tax, then I doubt HMRC will accept something like that. Even if the client would...
  50. Buy Raspberry Pi for yourself to play with as I...

    Buy Raspberry Pi for yourself to play with as I see there is an itch and get a normal laptop that will perform tasks thrown at it with ease. Nothing worse than being constantly frustrated because...
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