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    Hi Sue, Many thanks, I'm in London this week...

    Hi Sue,

    Many thanks, I'm in London this week so will try to call this pm.

    Cheers
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    Hi Sue, Thanks, I still have the underlying...

    Hi Sue,

    Thanks, I still have the underlying issue in that the UK end client will not allow me to use my UK Ltd going forward.

    Subsequent to posting I communicated with a number of Umbrella...
  3. FFS. It is all insane. Congrats on finding a way...

    FFS. It is all insane. Congrats on finding a way through this mess and establishing a compliant and effective way of working.

    Unfortunately I'm not so lucky, given the client/agent are in the UK...
  4. That's an interesting observation! But if I'm...

    That's an interesting observation! But if I'm allowed to continue to use my NT tax code in the UK they no resulting PAYE/NI will be charged.

    The HMRC don't benefit but it still impacts me hugely...
  5. Hi, Very similar to my situation. I live in...

    Hi,

    Very similar to my situation. I live in the NL, mainly provide the service from the NL but the agent and end client are in the UK and I'm using my UK PSC.

    My salary is processed through a...
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    Hi, Any particular reason? This would seem to...

    Hi,

    Any particular reason? This would seem to be hugely disadvantageous to foreign workers. All people in a similar situation to me would be double-taxed at source and then have the added expense...
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    Hi Many thanks all again. re the NT tax...

    Hi

    Many thanks all again.

    re the NT tax code.

    Yes, that would indicate 'no tax' to withhold (in the UK) but I would still be subject to IR35. And whilst no UK tax is withheld I'm being...
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    Thanks, I’ll try. I tried to engage with the...

    Thanks, I’ll try. I tried to engage with the consulting firm that is used by my agent but they haven’t been very helpful. To date their responses have been generic copy and pastes. I presume part of...
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    Lied about what? Are you actually reading my...

    Lied about what? Are you actually reading my replies?

    I’ll reiterate once more - the Dutch tax office is fully aware about my situation. I have not lied about anything. I have paid a significant...
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    Thanks again for all the replies. To clarify,...

    Thanks again for all the replies.

    To clarify, I moved to the Netherlands over five years ago. I own property here, I don't own property in the UK. Children are schooled here, etc. I spend minimal...
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    Sorry to chase - anyone have any idea if there's...

    Sorry to chase - anyone have any idea if there's anyway my situation could be deemed out-of-scope? I would need to substantiate presumably as well so assume it would need to be something written in...
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    That's exactly my point re establishment. I've...

    That's exactly my point re establishment. I've already discussed with both the Belastingdiesnt and my NL tax advisors. To be structure will include Dutch BV and inter-co between my Dutch BV and UK...
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    Hey, thanks for the response. Yes, the...

    Hey, thanks for the response.

    Yes, the client/agent will definitely blanket me inside hence I'm trying to establish if there's any process or way to be deemed out-of-scope for IR35 given I'm tax...
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    Hi Any views please on whether IR35 would...

    Hi

    Any views please on whether IR35 would apply? And if not what’s the process on obtaining some form of exemption so the agency/client don’t treat me inside and force me to use an umbrella, etc.
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    Hi, I'm being told that being non-resident...

    Hi,

    I'm being told that being non-resident doesn't simply make IR35 not applicable. If the payer refuses to remit to your company and calculates UK payroll taxes, etc. then by definition it's been...
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    Help please with IR35 Scope

    Hi,

    I'm trying to get clarification on the scope of IR35 and have really struggled to get a clear view.

    My situation is that I'm British but live in the Netherlands. Current contract structure...
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