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    Retro and no PSCs

    I'm sorry but this is incorrect, I recently left RBS due to the risks of this and their blanket ban of PSCs.
    This was well discussed in this thread from page 25 onwards:...
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    See the fuller thread that was posted here:...

    See the fuller thread that was posted here: https://www.contractoruk.com/forums/accounting-legal/134576-ir35-planning-april-2020-should-i-stay-should-i-go.html

    I have decided the risk is too...
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    Yup - finished up today despite having a 6-month...

    Yup - finished up today despite having a 6-month extension offered (blanket ban on PSCs) - just too much risk for me to carry on as discussed in the primary thread on this.
    Will look for something...
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    Roughly, budget for approx 1K a month unless you...

    Roughly, budget for approx 1K a month unless you on an insane day rate
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    Welcome to the world of contracting. In a way you...

    Welcome to the world of contracting. In a way you are fortunate in that you haven't been used to the "golden years" of contracting and are starting a'fresh.

    In your shoes, I'd find a good umbrella...
  6. Sticky: Ridiculous how this is playing on people's lives...

    Ridiculous how this is playing on people's lives and minds. Appreciate the input. I have decided the risk is too great, so I am now working till 28th Feb and then come the new FY, will look for a new...
  7. Sticky: This sounds as though Umbrella certainly is the...

    This sounds as though Umbrella certainly is the "safer" option? This lack of clarify for me is another reason why IR35 reforms just aren't ready yet.
  8. Sticky: One concern I have is that the agency are looking...

    One concern I have is that the agency are looking to link the current ltd co. engagement with the new "umbrella" engagement. I have concerns of this and my instinct is to walk away, but I'd hate to...
  9. Sticky: Frustrating isn't it - also in a similar situ. I...

    Frustrating isn't it - also in a similar situ. I am in a position where I do have savings/warchest, but I am loathed to eat into them when I believe I am skilled enough to be in "work". Are you...
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    Which it is

    Which it is
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    Thanks for further clarification. So...

    Thanks for further clarification. So effectively... pay the corp tax. Then everything else just withdraw as a dividend once a NZ tax resident and any taxation would be exempt. So if after tax, left...
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    Can you be a bit more specific on this, as...

    Can you be a bit more specific on this, as returning to NZ is an option I have as well.
    Say in your case.. you have £90K in your company account.

    I assume you'll have to pay any corp tax UK for...
  13. Sticky: Does anyone know of any umbrella company that...

    Does anyone know of any umbrella company that allows you to pay into your own SIPP as opposed to using their "default provider scheme". Have tried a few and no luck so far.

    Finding this would help...
  14. Sticky: Does anyone know of any umbrella company that...

    Does anyone know of any umbrella company that allows you to pay into your own SIPP as opposed to using their "default provider scheme". Have tried a few and no luck so far.

    Finding this would help...
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    That's quite a small number if that's the...

    That's quite a small number if that's the projected figures of leaving the EU. Its quite an inward looking report as all it mentions is the EU, not the wider world. Huge opportunities for the UK to...
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    Cornwall has been stuffed for a long time, at...

    Cornwall has been stuffed for a long time, at least from a work perspective. This isn't a recent development either and for years, many of us born and bred from down that way have had to move "up...
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    Lets hope it happens, liberalism today seems to...

    Lets hope it happens, liberalism today seems to mean the opposite of what it should mean. Too many MPs in that chamber who are completely out of touch with the ordinary person who wants to do the...
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    Sticky: yes I have - there's not a huge amount and I've...

    yes I have - there's not a huge amount and I've found a few rooms on spareroom. I've found that on airbnb the hosts can be incredibly fussy, i.e. you are only allowed to enter the kitchen at certain...
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    Sticky: Funnily enough I'm now contracting in the...

    Funnily enough I'm now contracting in the Basingstoke region.

    I was staying in a Premier Inn, however they really started bumping up their prices from £60 a night to £110+ on some nights and I...
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    Hi - thanks for all inputs so far. Having done...

    Hi - thanks for all inputs so far. Having done the sums and thought about it some more, I am very much going to focus on buying the car outright with personal funds. Its a pity no-one can shine any...
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    Sadly my accountant doesn't seem overly...

    Sadly my accountant doesn't seem overly interested in assisting with this. I did mention the emissions (98g/km). The P11D value of car is 21340.00
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    Car Options - Advice/Input Welcome

    Hi,

    I've searched the forums and read several threads for help (all to no avail) including...

    http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/109829-leasing-car.html...
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