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    I’d say that biggest whoosh moment is that if a hirer expects you to devote all of your efforts to their business and act in all respects as an employee, pay employment taxes and negate their exposure, then contractors need to negotiate higher rates, that’s what self employed people do, whether HMRC agrees that they’re self employed or not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cwcsolutions View Post
    I’d say that biggest whoosh moment is that if a hirer expects you to devote all of your efforts to their business and act in all respects as an employee, pay employment taxes and negate their exposure, then contractors need to negotiate higher rates, that’s what self employed people do, whether HMRC agrees that they’re self employed or not.


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    Well it's a nice thought. Snag is, your top rate is driven by the least informed of your peers and the market rate is driven by people working for fourpence an hour. Unless you have something quite specific, rate negotiations are out of your control.
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