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    It's official ir35 to private sector in 2020. Say bye bye to the UK mobile contracting sector.

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    I’ve checked with my current boss and he’s said he’ll allow me to opt out when the time comes. I’ve got a 2-year contract so definitely still be here when the changes arrive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiisch View Post
    I’ve checked with my current boss and he’s said he’ll allow me to opt out when the time comes. I’ve got a 2-year contract so definitely still be here when the changes arrive.

    Oh dear!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiisch View Post
    I’ve checked with my current boss and he’s said he’ll allow me to opt out when the time comes. I’ve got a 2-year contract so definitely still be here when the changes arrive.

    ha


    you're joking right?
    Aren't you?
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    Seriously do people not realise:
    1. IR35 already exists in the private sector
    2. You cannot opt-out
    3. The chancellor has given agencies, large enterprises and medium sized companies time to put in place work arounds e.g. change their model of working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fiisch View Post
    I’ve checked with my current boss and he’s said he’ll allow me to opt out when the time comes. I’ve got a 2-year contract so definitely still be here when the changes arrive.

    You can only opt-out if you have a letter from your nurse...
    His heart is in the right place - shame we can't say the same about his brain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordac View Post
    You can only opt-out if you have a letter from your nurse...
    LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordac View Post
    You can only opt-out if you have a letter from your nurse...
    I'm looking forward to the sick pay... and holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    ha


    you're joking right?
    Aren't you?
    With his posting history God only knows
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    Seriously do people not realise:
    1. IR35 already exists in the private sector
    2. You cannot opt-out
    3. The chancellor has given agencies, large enterprises and medium sized companies time to put in place work arounds e.g. change their model of working.
    In addition, you can be in the public sector, and outside IR35. The change is to the responsibility for determination of status. Not the facts of the status, nor the law on the status (except the removal of 5% expenses).
    See You Next Tuesday

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