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    I simply agreed that it was the funniest part of...

    I simply agreed that it was the funniest part of the situation. Well at least I found it funny.
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    Agreed

    Agreed
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    GhostofTarbera is 100% right, pop to the doctors,...

    GhostofTarbera is 100% right, pop to the doctors, ask for an STD and then give it to the agent, job done.
  4. They really are *****.

    They really are *****.
  5. lol. MPs don't care, HMRC don't care, the...

    lol.

    MPs don't care, HMRC don't care, the public don't care.
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    "supported by Tax Counsel opinion" Where do I...

    "supported by Tax Counsel opinion"

    Where do I sign? :spank:
  7. I've seen the letter. See their own data...

    I've seen the letter.

    See their own data protection statement... Asking you to opt out of them giving your personal details to a 3rd party ffs.
  8. Which as stated above is against the law.

    Which as stated above is against the law.
  9. Anyone answering this without having settled...

    Anyone answering this without having settled their affairs first is mental, consider it entrapment and assume it will be used against you.

    Can just see it now, arriving at tribunal to see HMRC...
  10. Making you opt out from them passing your...

    Making you opt out from them passing your personal information to a third party, bless them
    ...
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    Surprised anyone who worked for HMRC has the...

    Surprised anyone who worked for HMRC has the intelligence to do anything else, based on my experience I'd assumed you were all thick as tulip as well as vindictive and desperate to show how much power...
  12. Thread: Whistle blowing?

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    Ignore it, if HMRC can't be ****ed to do their...

    Ignore it, if HMRC can't be ****ed to do their jobs properly why should anyone help them. Useless *****.
  13. Please don't do anything to harm yourself. I can...

    Please don't do anything to harm yourself. I can tell you 100% that your children would rather have no money and a loving mother than no mother around.

    Just remember that every time you get a...
  14. Thread: BIG GROUP

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    Sticky: If you want interest to stop you can deposit...

    If you want interest to stop you can deposit funds with HMRC now.
  15. Thread: Car nicked

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    Yep. And girls who go out in short dresses...

    Yep. And girls who go out in short dresses deserve to be raped too. :winker:
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    **** me, what a bunch of bed wetters. Lose...

    **** me, what a bunch of bed wetters.

    Lose control or can't swerve because power steering has failed? You honestly think it would be legal to sell a car that you couldn't steer in the even of a...
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    You might want to read the law rather than trying...

    You might want to read the law rather than trying to point score on here. It has already been stated that they will have to transfer liability and there are conditions which must be met in order for...
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    Loans was correct. This ruling concerns the...

    Loans was correct.

    This ruling concerns the money being paid in to the trust and the PAYE on it is the employers responsibility. In order for HMrC to collect from employee they must transfer...
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    No, the loans are loans. The employer should've...

    No, the loans are loans. The employer should've paid PAYE on the sums placed in to the trust (the emoluments) long before it was loaned to any employee.
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    Depends who is asking :tumble:

    Depends who is asking :tumble:
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    I'm not a laywer but look forward to hearing from...

    I'm not a laywer but look forward to hearing from my legal representation in due course.

    My very simple interpretation as a layman is that in order to use this ruling against contractors I think...
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    You ever heard of the phrase "pyrrhic victory"

    You ever heard of the phrase "pyrrhic victory"
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    Written judgement available via the first link: ...

    Written judgement available via the first link:

    www.supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/uksc-2016-0073-judgment.pdf
    www.supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/uksc-2016-0073-press-summary.pdf

    Unless there will be...
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    "Payment to the Principal Trust should have been...

    "Payment to the Principal Trust should have been subject to deduction of income tax under the PAYE Regulations"

    "an employer who pays emoluments or earnings to or on account of an employee is...
  25. 77% of graduates have ******* pointless degrees? ...

    77% of graduates have ******* pointless degrees?

    If your degree doesn't enable you to earn enough to pay back the tuition fees then perhaps you shouldn't be doing that degree.
  26. read as far as "some contractors have found...

    read as far as "some contractors have found themselves unable to pay their mortgages" before closing the page.

    Brilliant how someone being massively over leveraged is now the fault of the gov.
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    "I am so disturbed that I had to take a day off...

    "I am so disturbed that I had to take a day off from the new Job."

    Add the day rate for the loss to the claim against the agency.
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    "If this scheme were to become legislation it...

    "If this scheme were to become legislation it would apply to all visitors to the 26-nation Schengen zone"

    So this would apply to us even if we weren't leaving as we aren't in Schengen?
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    They didn't make a 4L X-Type, and the X-Type...

    They didn't make a 4L X-Type, and the X-Type wasn't out in 1999 so I imagine it is very cheap to run, what with it not existing.
  30. They don't want contractors to follow tax rules...

    They don't want contractors to follow tax rules to the letter, they want contractors to comply with what they believe is the "spirit" of the law (ie maximise tax take).
  31. They've probably got complacent as they have been...

    They've probably got complacent as they have been told by their masters that 2019 is a silver bullet.
  32. Unless you were using a scheme that is covered by...

    Unless you were using a scheme that is covered by the myriad of other scheme specific groups.
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    Explain? Go on, as you know so much more than...

    Explain?

    Go on, as you know so much more than I do about my own circumstances, group memberships, ongoing and future litigation plans, you can explain to me why my head is in the sand. Am looking...
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    Aimed at?

    Aimed at?
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    No. I'm not a member of BG, it doesn't give me...

    No.

    I'm not a member of BG, it doesn't give me anything at all but don't have my head in the sand.

    For the 2019 JR all the groups (inc BG) can band together.
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    Disagree, this is the one catch all piece of...

    Disagree, this is the one catch all piece of legislation where we can all join together as it isn't scheme specific, will be cheap as chips!
  37. Yup, hence my example settling the last two years...

    Yup, hence my example settling the last two years and declaring the earlier two on 18/19.

    Interesting times...
  38. Further more (using your figures and same...

    Further more (using your figures and same calculator)

    Settle 07/08 - £24900
    Settle 08/09 - £23800

    Then don't bother to pull any salary in 18/19 so £106k declared (guess you could take 5k divs...
  39. For me it might make sense to settle one year to...

    For me it might make sense to settle one year to keep below the £150k threshold, leaving the earlier two (well one and a half) for the loan charge, and then not earn anything else for that year to...
  40. I guess until we know if the above is true...

    I guess until we know if the above is true regarding HMRC coming back if they get less than they would under settlement it is all up in the air.

    The lack of clarity is classic HMRC, utter ****wits.
  41. Followed by the conclusion that it isn't...

    Followed by the conclusion that it isn't necessarily true.
  42. Employment status: director and shareholder was...

    Employment status: director and shareholder was an employee | Personnel Today
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    If only he was THINKING LIKE A BUSINESS this...

    If only he was THINKING LIKE A BUSINESS this could be avoided.
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    Isn't back to front rhyming slag?

    Isn't back to front rhyming slag?
  45. Thread: Speed Kills

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    Throttle pedal has 2 sensors that either move in...

    Throttle pedal has 2 sensors that either move in opposite directions or are scaled differently, eg main 0-100% 0.2v to 4.8v, tracking sensor could be 0.1 to 2.4v for the same 0-100% range, or 4.8v...
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    you clearly don't understand it or are bad a...

    you clearly don't understand it or are bad a maths or both :laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh:laugh
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    :laugh:laugh:laugh

    :laugh:laugh:laugh
  48. Thread: BIG GROUP

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    Sticky: They'll probably just introduce retrospective...

    They'll probably just introduce retrospective legislation in 2025 stating they can treat people differently :D
  49. Thread: Leaving drinks?

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    A cowboy?

    A cowboy?
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    lol

    lol
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