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    There have been and are ongoing cases where...

    There have been and are ongoing cases where contractors found to be inside IR35 in the public sector are claiming various employee benefits, but these things take an inordinate amount of time. Not...
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    Sticky: Evening all. Been a while. Anything much...

    Evening all.

    Been a while.

    Anything much happened in TPD?
  4. Added to the ever growing list of CUK tossers.

    Added to the ever growing list of CUK tossers.
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    Mental Health and suicide

    There's a lot of stuff about mental health on social media, and we see this reflected on CUK too.

    Rather than just retweeting/reposting, take half an hour out of your day to go through this...
  6. My most recent missive (a bit of a rant I must...

    My most recent missive (a bit of a rant I must admit) met with "Thank you for your further correspondence on IR35, the content of which has been noted." :laugh :cry2:
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    Poll: That was two years ago. Keep up.

    That was two years ago. Keep up.
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    I've just got a PhD in palindromes I'll now be...

    I've just got a PhD in palindromes

    I'll now be known as Dr Awkward
  9. Think that's a little harsh - can't see anything...

    Think that's a little harsh - can't see anything in that letter to take offence at.
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    Check out ziffit - I found that they both take...

    Check out ziffit - I found that they both take more of your stuff, and give you a better price for it.

    Never had a problem getting the money off them - think I had one book disallowed, but it...
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    Get well soon :hug:

    Get well soon :hug:
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    TBH, the people on CUK who like to present...

    TBH, the people on CUK who like to present themselves as alpha males usually come across as a a bit of a dick :)

    I think we all have unrealistic expectations of what "ideal" looks like and what we...
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    It's come on because of the smiling couples you...

    It's come on because of the smiling couples you see all over social media. It ain't real. :)

    But if you do want a relationship, then you do need to put yourself out there as tarbera says -...
  14. I agree with this. They are going for the...

    I agree with this.

    They are going for the hassle free route - they are not providing a determination at all (and therefore do not need to implement the appeals process) - they are "simply"...
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    One possibility is that they are happy to accept...

    One possibility is that they are happy to accept a substitute - that gives a straight outside determination on CEST.
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    Kirkton House Hexagon Wire Shelf - ALDI UK...

    Kirkton House Hexagon Wire Shelf - ALDI UK

    33% extra free!
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    Poll: I'll add a poll :)

    I'll add a poll :)
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    Poll: I suppose the problem is that some parents do go...

    I suppose the problem is that some parents do go too far (and clearly no-one's going to agree on what "too far" is - plenty think a slap on the leg is too far) but those parents that seriously beat...
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    Poll: Scotland bans smacking

    Scotland to be first UK country to ban smacking - BBC News

    A step too far in my opinion. Next they'll criminalise parents who feed their kids junk food, or let them stay up too late, or don't...
  20. Difficult to see how it would not be a BIK - your...

    Difficult to see how it would not be a BIK - your business mileage is no longer an allowable expense.
  21. Assuming the changes come into effect, the 5%...

    Assuming the changes come into effect, the 5% allowance disappears.
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    Another senior moment, perhaps :)

    Another senior moment, perhaps :)
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    Please do. Frankly I don't believe it happened.

    Please do. Frankly I don't believe it happened.
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    Well if he/she'd used the official IPSE account...

    Well if he/she'd used the official IPSE account that would have been somewhat unprofessional :)

    Most posters, you and I included, don't use their real names - none of us are posting here in a...
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    :laugh That really does sound somewhat...

    :laugh That really does sound somewhat far-fetched.
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    What agenda is that then?

    What agenda is that then?
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    Payment in lieu of notice (PILON) is not...

    Payment in lieu of notice (PILON) is not considered a redundancy payment and is taxable.

    If you are being made redundant, you should get at least min statutory redundancy (tax free) as well as the...
  28. QCL/36360 :)

    QCL/36360 :)
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    Dead Tyrants Thread

    Some people don't deserve to be remembered as celebrities.
  30. I rarely comment on Brexit discussions these...

    I rarely comment on Brexit discussions these days, but stuff like this does irritate me somewhat.

    Until both sides acknowledge that the other's arguments have some validity, there will be no...
  31. I do vaguely recollect someone saying that it...

    I do vaguely recollect someone saying that it hadn't happened (i.e. the individual being pursued for IR35 after company shut) but ICBW.

    As someone who should definitely know better, I didn't get...
  32. Did you get a formal review done?

    Did you get a formal review done?
  33. Not from that background, but my understanding is...

    Not from that background, but my understanding is that yourCo is liable for the unpaid tax. For that debt to be passed to you personally, there would have needed to be extreme negligence. If...
  34. If it's your company, you may want to remain the...

    If it's your company, you may want to remain the controlling shareholder - i.e. > 50% of the shares.
  35. These are changes to the Intermediaries...

    These are changes to the Intermediaries Legislation which will take effect from ...

    IR35 exists and has done so for 20 years - your letter gives the impression that IR35 is being introduced.
  36. The wording of the question isn't helpful - "Yes...

    The wording of the question isn't helpful - "Yes - we have the right to reject a substitute for any reason, including if it would negatively impact the work" - what client in their right mind would...
  37. IPSE will still provide cover - The...

    IPSE will still provide cover -

    The aggressive HMRC letters to GSK contractors – IPSE explainer | IPSE

    "If you are not currently a member and join IPSE now, we will be able to offer advice...
  38. Well at this stage it isn't an enquiry, or even a...

    Well at this stage it isn't an enquiry, or even a compliance check.
  39. You should get your contract reviews done by a...

    You should get your contract reviews done by a specialist - B&C, Abbey Tax, QDOS. Your accountant is unlikely to be the best person.

    I'd query your accountant being a member of IPSE - they used...
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    :wave:

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  41. CEST is your friend if you have used a subby. ...

    CEST is your friend if you have used a subby.

    CEST is a mess, but it is the tool that HMRC are suggesting clients use, and a substitute will give you an outside determination.
  42. If a good percentage roll over and pay up without...

    If a good percentage roll over and pay up without argument, then they'd be crazy not to try it with other big engagers.
  43. I actually am clueless as to what you're...

    I actually am clueless as to what you're referring to, but "facts" without supporting evidence are unsubstantiated rumour.

    It makes me sad when people appear to want to present ipse as a bunch...
  44. It's been raised on the IPSE forums and the CEO...

    It's been raised on the IPSE forums and the CEO has said that they are meeting with their tax advisors later today, and will provide an update following that. I wouldn't expect them to wing a...
  45. If your engagement is clearly "outside" (which...

    If your engagement is clearly "outside" (which from your brief description sounds likely), I'd also feel inclined to present it, along with your expert's response, as evidence to your MP of HMRC's...
  46. Best of luck with it. I guess if you're not...

    Best of luck with it.

    I guess if you're not there, you've no indication of how gsk intended to deal with the IR35 changes. If they're on-side, your fight is much easier.

    Keep us posted.
  47. Thread: CEST

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    An office holder is always within IR35,...

    An office holder is always within IR35, regardless of public/private sector or size of company. You need to account from income for an office holder position as PAYE.

    Are you sure you're an...
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    A cowboy asked me if I could help him round up 18...

    A cowboy asked me if I could help him round up 18 cows.

    I said, "Yes, of course. That's 20 cows."
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    Sticky: Ta. It's the Equity Income fund I've got some of...

    Ta. It's the Equity Income fund I've got some of my dosh in. Ah well, will have to see what transpires.
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    The Winchester claim was settled at the 11th hour...

    The Winchester claim was settled at the 11th hour - her demands were fully met. So there was no case to take to the court. As webberg said, "The parties agreed". The FTT would not have looked...
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