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    Quote Originally Posted by BABABlackSheep View Post
    Will do. You linked to this thread from another. Guess I was being lazy, but I’ll check.

    My contract is up in a couple of months. An extension is going to be offered, which I may take short term, but under an umbrella. Gives me time to get my ltd company dissolved before April 2020 and then I have options to what happens next. I won’t start the new enterprise discussed in other threads till a contract is in place.

    Merely keeping my options open at this time.
    "Keeping options open" and "Closing my company" do not really align... For one thing HMRC may look a little more closely at people phoenixing to get around the 2020 changes.

    Indications seem to be that, unlike the dummies in the public sector, most companies are taking a rather more proactive approach. Unlike the PS, they aren't scared to make minor changes if it saves them 20% on their direct costs. Even some smarter agencies have figured out there is an opportunity to build future business. Personally I'd wait a while longer - perhaps to the end of the year - and see how the market is developing
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    Quote Originally Posted by malvolio View Post
    "Keeping options open" and "Closing my company" do not really align... For one thing HMRC may look a little more closely at people phoenixing to get around the 2020 changes.

    Indications seem to be that, unlike the dummies in the public sector, most companies are taking a rather more proactive approach. Unlike the PS, they aren't scared to make minor changes if it saves them 20% on their direct costs. Even some smarter agencies have figured out there is an opportunity to build future business. Personally I'd wait a while longer - perhaps to the end of the year - and see how the market is developing
    Won’t be far off end of year, but yes. Why I started posting here to understand options, implications, and so on. All good debate and its really helping me decide.

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