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  1. I agree with eek - you'll struggle to find an...

    I agree with eek - you'll struggle to find an umbrella who will take you on for 1 day a month, and the costs/hassle of running a ltd really won't be worth it.

    Invoice directly as yourself, and...
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    Well given it's all brand new and unopened, I...

    Well given it's all brand new and unopened, I suspect he lives more in hope than expectation.
  3. Are you new round here?

    Are you new round here?
  4. Why not suggest to your client that your contract...

    Why not suggest to your client that your contract and working arrangements are structured to ensure that you are not subject to IR35? That benefits both you and them.
  5. Sticky: Gross before employee tax and NI. The rate has...

    Gross before employee tax and NI.

    The rate has been adjusted to reflect that the employee is not paying the employer NI, apprenticeship levy, holiday pay etc.

    But get a breakdown to be sure.
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    :tumble: No-one gas any more.

    :tumble:

    No-one gas any more.
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    Poll: Yep, but 7 were Tarby's mates! He saved the day...

    Yep, but 7 were Tarby's mates! He saved the day :)
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    Poll: Last year's event in London was good fun, but...

    Last year's event in London was good fun, but wasn't well attended. We had to drink a hell of a lot to meet our min spend requirement!
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    Was it just me that went to 'play' that pic...

    Was it just me that went to 'play' that pic...
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    So no threats to IPSE from you then? Well...

    So no threats to IPSE from you then?



    Well I think Dave's done a sterling job, but it was IPSE that got IR35 into the lib dem manifesto and got it debated at the hustings events. Without that,...
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    Did you argue against the ban? Was that perhaps...

    Did you argue against the ban? Was that perhaps what would have prompted such a reaction?
  12. CEST matrix - Google Sheets...

    CEST matrix - Google Sheets
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    I agree with you on this one. There's been...

    I agree with you on this one. There's been studies that show that kids who live with pets in their first year of life have better immune systems.

    Similarly it's been shown that the eldest child...
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    That has made me far happier than it should have...

    That has made me far happier than it should have :)
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    What have they actually said? Have they said...

    What have they actually said?

    Have they said everyone is IR35 caught?

    Or have they a policy of no longer engaging ltdCo contractors.
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    Which two of Nice, Chelsea, and Cheap would you...

    Which two of Nice, Chelsea, and Cheap would you like to keep?
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    UNSAILING being the conundrum falsogram.

    UNSAILING being the conundrum falsogram.
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    Excellent! Well done Gibbon - fantastic...

    Excellent! Well done Gibbon - fantastic achievement. :banana: :banana:
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    Patrick did say "if not engaged through...

    Patrick did say "if not engaged through intermediaries"

    But the chances of banks putting contractors on their own payroll is very small - they will still come via umbrellas and/or agencies, who...
  20. Let me just google how to do this. ...

    Let me just google how to do this.

    https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/getting_out_of_hand.png
  21. Is it touch sensitive?

    Is it touch sensitive?
  22. Insufficient RAM

    Insufficient RAM
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    It really ain't that difficult.

    It really ain't that difficult.
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    I'll fwd you my copy. A donation to MacMillan...

    I'll fwd you my copy. A donation to MacMillan nurses is always a good thing :)
  25. Thread: New CEST

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    I pulled the matrix files together for easy...

    I pulled the matrix files together for easy reference.

    CEST matrix - Google Sheets

    The notes are mine, so subject to error.
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    I'm going out to the countdown music.

    I'm going out to the countdown music.
  27. OK - so the client has not said you are inside...

    OK - so the client has not said you are inside IR35. That's a plus from a "retrospective" point of view, but also leaves little scope for challenging what is essentially a policy decision.
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    And has tweeted confirmation. Bill Esterson on...

    And has tweeted confirmation.

    Bill Esterson on Twitter: "Correct… "
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    Yes, in April 2020.

    Yes, in April 2020.
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    Bill Esterson on Twitter: "Correct… "...

    Bill Esterson on Twitter: "Correct… "

    Labour will not roll out the IR35 changes to the private sector in April 2020 if they are in power.
  31. You can buy tax investigation insurance. You...

    You can buy tax investigation insurance. You haven't been investigated, and have no reason to think you will be, so that will be valid.


    Ask how they came to their determination. Do you agree...
  32. Thread: New CEST

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    Aye - new questions on IPR, whether you have to...

    Aye - new questions on IPR, whether you have to spend dosh before being reimbursed, whether your contracts are back to back, whether you have other clients etc.
  33. Thread: New CEST

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    I got an inside on repeat contracts which are...

    I got an inside on repeat contracts which are clearly outside. Fortunately for me, my client is "small" so it's not an issue. My clientB which is equivalent to servicing the photcopier got an...
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    I think it's inevitable we'll pay more tax. ...

    I think it's inevitable we'll pay more tax.

    What makes me upset is when we are singled out and accused of being tax dodging disguised employees.

    The ltd company structure allows us to smooth...
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    Well there is that, but labour also said it. ...

    Well there is that, but labour also said it.


    For all the stick IPSE get, all the representatives at the debate had read their manifesto and were specifically responding to the items in it. The...
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    #sbdebate hashtag on Twitter...

    #sbdebate hashtag on Twitter
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    Lib Dem (Ed Davey) says there will be "unintended...

    Lib Dem (Ed Davey) says there will be "unintended consequences" and will undermine flexibility, and the dividend tax should have made it irrelevant.
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    Small business debate

    Tuned into the live stream for the Small Business Debate

    Bill Esterston (Labour) has just said that IR35 needs to be reviewed in the public sector and "absolutely" not rolled out to the private...
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    Clearly :laugh

    Clearly :laugh
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    Well, when you're referring to people of Indian...

    Well, when you're referring to people of Indian origin in your quip, it is easy to interpret as racist - indeed it made me squirm (although I did not report it, largely due to apathy)
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    My morning cuppa isn't the same these days.

    My morning cuppa isn't the same these days.
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    Indeed. Hence the use of the word "most". :)

    Indeed. Hence the use of the word "most". :)
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    Seems to make sense to me. Speak to traditional...

    Seems to make sense to me. Speak to traditional members about things they are interested in, and speak to the artisan cheese makers under a different banner.

    One of the criticisms has been the...
  44. I'm co-hosting a countdown event in London next...

    I'm co-hosting a countdown event in London next year if anyone fancies coming along :)

    Countdown in London (CO:LON)

    It's gonna be brilliant! :D
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    Agreed - one can argue with a determination, one...

    Agreed - one can argue with a determination, one cannot argue with a policy change.
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    No. You're basically in the same position as an...

    No. You're basically in the same position as an employee would be, for whom none of these things are tax deductible.
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    Maybe you are recalling a couple of years back...

    Maybe you are recalling a couple of years back when the new rules were introduced for Umbrellas - the test was "SDC" and at the time it was proposed that the same test would be applied to a ltdCo...
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    Yes, subject to the 24 month rule (i.e. you're...

    Yes, subject to the 24 month rule (i.e. you're not expecting to work in the same location for 24 months)

    I think it is just a confusion on wording - the 19% is the corp tax you won't have to pay....
  49. Every full moon.

    Every full moon.
  50. Well I think it's fair to say that because of the...

    Well I think it's fair to say that because of the early cases fought by PCG and others, we've all pretty much known how to operate outside IR35 for the last 20 years. I wouldn't call that...
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