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    Poll: Good boy, BB, you make an excellent trumptard!

    Good boy, BB, you make an excellent trumptard!
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    Poll: Yes, good point, we should do that with climate...

    Yes, good point, we should do that with climate change conspiracy theorists too.
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    It's pretty standard for a Key Personnel clause...

    It's pretty standard for a Key Personnel clause in my experience. The whole point of these clauses is that they don't want Key Personnel being ditched or replaced or taking long leaves of absence...
  4. :D Subscribe to read | Financial Times...

    :D

    Subscribe to read | Financial Times

    (Behind a paywall, but you may get around it by searching for the title and following the link indirectly.)
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    Can't complain about them. Hassle free, FSCS...

    Can't complain about them. Hassle free, FSCS protected, good FA integration (pushes, rather than pulls, so updates are quicker too).
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    Linky? Not sure that's correct. In terms of...

    Linky?

    Not sure that's correct. In terms of your example, were they even protected under the FSCS? More like the European Deposit Protection Scheme? Always something to be wary of as a UK...
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    From an IR35 POV? No, I don’t see any issues...

    From an IR35 POV? No, I don’t see any issues there since screening will apply equally to anyone working on the client site, i.e., it is neutral w/r to IR35.

    However, you really should follow my...
  8. That's pretty reasonable, depending on the...

    That's pretty reasonable, depending on the coverage amounts. It's probably in the same ballpark as Randell Dorling (which starts at around £350 for £100k cover w/ US jurisdiction and governing law)...
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    I cited both to evidence the change of wording...

    I cited both to evidence the change of wording following the HMRC review. The draft legislation emphasised that services before April 6 were within scope if payments were received afterwards - hence...
  10. No it doesn't. There are many questions and,...

    No it doesn't. There are many questions and, except for the question about a substitution already operated (outside) or the question about being an office holder (inside), no single question puts...
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    No, I think there is clarity that it will apply...

    No, I think there is clarity that it will apply to services provided on or after April 6 2021, not payments made on or after April 6 2021 (a broader net). That is my reading of the situation anyway -...
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    Whether the client actually operates it properly...

    Whether the client actually operates it properly is another matter entirely :laugh
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    The draft legislation said this (or at least, one...

    The draft legislation said this (or at least, one version of it):
    ...
  14. Very minor pointer, secondary to D&C, RoS and MoO...

    Very minor pointer, secondary to D&C, RoS and MoO (not even considered by CEST). Frankly, your opinion doesn't matter any more. What matters is the SDS. You can engage in the statutory client-led...
  15. If you’re asking whether CEST is worthless then,...

    If you’re asking whether CEST is worthless then, yes, CEST is worthless. However, it really doesn’t matter how the client arrives at a decision for your SDS, post-April, only that they arrive at one...
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    :banana2:
  17. But check your contract first, because you will...

    But check your contract first, because you will only need this if the contract explicitly specifies US jurisdiction and/or governing law. It isn't about where the client is located per se, but the...
  18. Try Randell Dorling, but you'll need IPSE...

    Try Randell Dorling, but you'll need IPSE membership. It's the cheapest I've found, by far, for Canadian or US jurisdiction and governing law (e.g., of a US state). You could also try Hiscox direct...
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    Don't mind tarbie, he just takes everything to 11...

    Don't mind tarbie, he just takes everything to 11 and then adds a few more for luck.
  20. They absolutely do. Jeremy Corbyn Is Like...

    They absolutely do.

    Jeremy Corbyn Is Like Donald Trump, Not Boris Johnson - The Atlantic
  21. You might have to spend a few hours explaining...

    You might have to spend a few hours explaining the words "controlled testing" because there's more than one syllable per word and fullyinthematrix has very little space in there alongside the map...
  22. It's a cretin alarm. The lizard people put it...

    It's a cretin alarm. The lizard people put it there, just so you'd know.
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    Poll: It sounds like it's a mixture of the two, first...

    It sounds like it's a mixture of the two, first retraction demands, followed up later, to which some have already responded/retracted.
    ...
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    Sorry, scootie doesn’t do tables.

    Sorry, scootie doesn’t do tables.
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    Poll: According to reports, they have explicitly sent...

    According to reports, they have explicitly sent retraction demands or document preservation letters. Either way, the Theory of Cretins suggests that the stupidest option will be pursued vigorously by...
  26. Indeed, the s455 tax (or charge) is a tax on...

    Indeed, the s455 tax (or charge) is a tax on loans to participators in close companies and the story pretty much ends there. There are very limited exclusions, but commercial terms are completely...
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    Poll: Dominion Voting Systems is filing defamation...

    Dominion Voting Systems is filing defamation lawsuits against all those who made demonstrably false claims about vote rigging. Time for the cretins to retract or pay up, bigly. I predict the latter.
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    The Funny Headlines Thread

    Gwyneth Paltrow's 'vagina' candle ignites in UK home: report

    Could've been worse.
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    Poll: Did your more intelligent mother help you out...

    Did your more intelligent mother help you out with your ironic username?
  30. They look pretty terrible, regionally, and the...

    They look pretty terrible, regionally, and the Council Tax revaluation isn't going to happen either.

    This is absolutely standard Treasury kite flying before a budget. "All hands to the stupid box...
  31. Yes, I think the kite flying even suggested...

    Yes, I think the kite flying even suggested 0.48%, so this is definitely what they're talking about, not a one-off tax.

    However, it would generate such a backlash within the Tory party that...
  32. Indeed, if they're not complete morons*.

    Indeed, if they're not complete morons*.
  33. Dividends form the top slice of income. ...

    Dividends form the top slice of income.

    Payments on account can be changed to reflect reality (with emphasis on reality here, because you will pay interest if you underestimate).

    For actual...
  34. https://www.coats.com/-/media/Coats/End-Use/Househ...

    https://www.coats.com/-/media/Coats/End-Use/Household-and-Recreation/Kites/Household-and-recreation---sporting-goods--kite-01.jpg?rev=0ba06cc34a384b8aa9bf5afcb85472f7&width=600&height=338&op=crop
  35. They aren't going to raise CT by 5% in one...

    They aren't going to raise CT by 5% in one budget, especially not on March 3 when we're emerging from lockdown, at best, and the second dip of the many-dipped recession is underway. :laugh

    If...
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    You could weaponise MF with a trampoline, but it...

    You could weaponise MF with a trampoline, but it would need to be heavy duty, probably beyond current materials science.
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    Why, yes. Yes it is.

    Why, yes. Yes it is.
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    https://twitter.com/AnnelieseDodds/status/13507251...

    https://twitter.com/AnnelieseDodds/status/1350725186526584835

    :rollin:

    Top trolling by comrade Dodds.
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    I had to get up every morning at 10:30 at night...

    I had to get up every morning at 10:30 at night half an hour before I went to bed...
  40. Why would they not be able to do that? You can...

    Why would they not be able to do that? You can invoice any client anywhere in the world (well, perhaps not including North Korea :tongue).



    Yes, no problem. Business travel is fine, visa free...
  41. Exactly. It's OK to ask questions, it's OK to be...

    Exactly. It's OK to ask questions, it's OK to be wrong, but speculation doesn't help anyone.
  42. Thread: Dead today

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    Oh, sorry, we all buggered off to a d000hg-free...

    Oh, sorry, we all buggered off to a d000hg-free forum. Scootie is there too and says hi.
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    Chuckle. Fereal? Yes, "cwah", that is...

    Chuckle.

    Fereal?

    Yes, "cwah", that is absolutely fine, good boy. Also, while you're there, feel free to deduct anything else from profit that seems like a good idea. If you have any clownshoes,...
  44. If we're going to start exhibiting evidence...

    If we're going to start exhibiting evidence against luxCon, we might want to switch to a numbering scheme...
  45. Stop opining on stuff that you know nothing...

    Stop opining on stuff that you know nothing about.

    The TAAR has nothing to do with ER, it is part of the TiS legislation and concerns the capital treatment of specified transactions. The ER is...
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    Then the UK branch of the global client will be...

    Then the UK branch of the global client will be on the hook. The SDS is basically a game of pass the parcel. Whomever doesn’t propagate it down the chain is the de facto Fee Payer. You may want to...
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    A Key Personnel clause is extremely common in a...

    A Key Personnel clause is extremely common in a B2B contract and does not, in itself, imply personal service. However, you will need to get the contract and working practices reviewed in the round.
  48. You're making no sense. The MVL process is a...

    You're making no sense. The MVL process is a voluntary/solvent winding up process. Winding up means ceasing trading, so that the company's affairs can be put in order, so that the distributions can...
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    If it had zero value, there would be no point...

    If it had zero value, there would be no point trying to sell it.
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    Any benefit to an employee for tax purposes is...

    Any benefit to an employee for tax purposes is based on the market value of the depreciated asset on the date of transfer (i.e., what you would get if you sold it second-hand :D), not the book value...
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