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Financial and legal issues affecting IT contractor companies, including IR35.

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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: DIY Pensions Advice for a Limited Company!

    Hello, This is my first post - so be kind please!!! Has anyone here used an online pension manager, like Nutmeg, for a private pension? By this I mean contributing funds straight from a ltd company tax free? I've met two Independent Financial Advisors who manage pensions for ltd...

    Started by lumalist, 20th February 2017 20:54
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    advice, pensions
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: Loans from EBTs and other Trusts

    Welcome to the Loans thread. To date loan arrangements have been discussed in many threads on CUK, regularly appearing in the BN66 thread diluting that thread and losing the concentration of information to those associated only with loans and not with S58 FA2008. Its time that loans had its own...

    Started by Emigre, 21st January 2011 14:42
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    15th June 2017 09:25 Go to last post
  3. Sticky Thread Sticky: Accountant recommendation threads inc local requests

    Updated 23 June 2016 - This got out of date so am doing a bit of rehash. I've added any new ones, taken off some that seem to have disappeared and given a nod to some of the Accountants that are actively giving good advice on the forums but don't seem to have been recommended by posters. Updated...

    Started by northernladuk, 16th August 2011 20:59
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  4. Sticky Thread Sticky: Contracting in Belgium - A Short Guide to Tax and Social Security

    Introduction OK so it's not so short any more. This information has been compiled based on experience, and expert advice. In response to the numerous emails and PMs I get concerning the fluid and uncertain environment for working in Belgium, I have tried to summarise the issues and pitfalls,...

    Started by nodric, 17th November 2009 12:33
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    belgium, umbrella company, umbrella recommendations
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    15th May 2017 14:27 Go to last post
  5. Sticky Thread Sticky: Basic advice when running your own Contractor business

    Here is a place for those 101's that people seem to forget/not know. Try and make the title easily searchable. This thread is stuff that we have learned over the years. But we expect people using this forum to do their own due dilligence - we point them in the right direction, it's for them...

    Started by cojak, 20th January 2013 10:32
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  6. Sticky Thread Sticky: The 24 Month Rule in a nutshell

    How many more times.... a) It's about the journey, not the client and not why you are there b) Go to the known (or anticipated) end date of your current gig. c) Count back 24 months by the calendar. d) If between those two dates you have spent less than 40% of your time at that...

    Started by malvolio, 14th January 2014 14:58
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  7. Sticky Thread Sticky: A new forum for Public Sector IR35 matters

    This place is going to get swamped very soon, so just to let you all know that you can post about the Public Sector and IR35 changes here: Public Sector IR35 Any posts regarding PS IR35 will be moved there.

    Started by cojak, 21st January 2017 07:38
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  8. Sticky Thread Sticky: Agencies demanding extra information: new reporting requirements

    Posters have been turning up indignant that agencies are demanding extra information from them mid-contract. To which the answer is: suck it up. The Government has legislated that agencies have to collect information and pass it onto them. The Income Tax (Pay As You Earn) (Amendment No. 2)...

    Started by cojak, 30th July 2015 10:53
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  1. Capital Gains?

    If I close my Company down before April, does the Capital Gain count towards my "lifetime limit"? I'm thinking it's still better to close up now before the new rules come in.

    Started by hugebrain, 24th January 2008 11:37
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  2. Question Tied to an agency....

    I did a contract with "Company A" though "Agency Z". That finished 6 months ago. I have been asked by "Company A" to come back and work for them again, but "Agency Z" is not on their supplier list........but the contract I signed for the previous contract (like most I have come across) says that...

    Started by whyohwhy, 22nd January 2008 14:40
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    24th January 2008 12:00 Go to last post
  3. Complying with client's Money Laundering rules

    As part of their anti-money laundering rules, the bank I'm contracting for, require staff to get permission for any personal trading activity. eg buying/selling shares, requires permission on a per trade basis, and a rule which states you cannot sell a share within 28 days of purchase. They were...

    Started by electronicfur, 22nd January 2008 13:30
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    24th January 2008 11:27 Go to last post
  4. Question about VAT

    The current threshold when you have to register for VAT is £64,000 if I understood correctly. My clients are mostly in the US which means there is no concept of charging them VAT (I think) which means I don't want to pay VAT until have to, since I have very few expenses. My question is, if I...

    Started by d000hg, 24th January 2008 09:36
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    24th January 2008 10:57 Go to last post
  5. At the risk of being somewhat boring ...

    ... does anybody happen to know how Social Security deductions are calculated in Belgium ?

    Started by AlfredJPruffock, 23rd January 2008 13:22
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    23rd January 2008 14:25 Go to last post
  6. recommended umbrella

    A chum of mine is looking to take a 4 month contract as an intermin thing. Woudln't go near them myself, but who is the generally recommended ubrella on the board nowadays? I guess the equiv of SJD or Nixon Williams, but for brollies. Ive seen a few posts about a couple getting into trouble...

    Started by Pickle2, 18th January 2008 09:39
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  7. IR35 defeat costs IT contractor £99,000

    http://www.contractoruk.com/news/003621.html This doesn't make any sense to me. Apparently, this was over 4 years, so works out at 2062.50 per month. According to http://calculator.contractoruk.com/ you need to be on 125 ph (or a grand a day) for IR35 to make that much difference, so: ...

    Started by tim123, 17th January 2008 08:48
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  8. Subcontractor Performance Assessment by Client

    Folks my client, the biggest aerospace company in uk, has just conducted performance assessments on all subbies. we had to sign it to say we were aware of it. it is to be kept by the client for 5 years. it has 5 assessment criteria all marked exc, good, fair or poor. these were timekeeping,...

    Started by grilse, 21st January 2008 19:58
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    23rd January 2008 09:59 Go to last post
  9. umbrella or Ltd??

    My spouse was made redundant by her employer but will return as a contractor for six months (rolling) for the employers parent company a few weeks from his termination. Everything else aside would this make her inside IR35, even though there are a few weeks before starting the contract? If she...

    Started by clwd, 21st January 2008 22:46
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  10. Income Shifting !

    What is the latest with the proposed legislation ? Should I be looking to transfer the Mrs shares back into my name come April or wrap up the Ltd and start again with me as 100% share holder ?

    Started by rootsnall, 22nd January 2008 12:34
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    23rd January 2008 08:53 Go to last post
  11. Tax Avoidance

    I own a UK registered Ltd Company, of which is vat registered. I contract thru this company thus paying myself dividends. My goal, is to work 6 months in the uk (or another countrys..), then spend 6 months living, not working in Spain. - How can I maximise tax avoidance in the situation?...

    Started by simonwood, 21st January 2008 14:59
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  12. Any Idea about sundaysolutions - Accountant Company

    Hi Everyone, Not sure if anyone of you had any experiences with "sundaysolutions" who calim they can give you 84% of your income, although it sounds too good to be true, I wanted to check with any of you guys if you had any idea. I am also in the same boat as other, trying to find out my...

    Started by itcontractor07, 7th March 2007 15:46
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  13. VAT & PAYE ... does one affect the other?

    I am ditching my accountant after getting some pretty poor service and will be doing my own VAT/PAYE. (one man plc) My accountant has agreed that they will produce my year end accounts at and associated CT return as I will be paying them up to my year end and providing them with all info up to...

    Started by hgllgh, 21st January 2008 13:09
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    22nd January 2008 08:06 Go to last post
  14. Had a look at a site - a few questions

    Somebody on here said to look at a site on Umbrella's had a look and the one's that are advertising are the one's that are on top of the rankings here looks a bit suss to me. Are the advertising companies going on a voting for themselves, because they have a general interest in the site? ...

    Started by ItsCalledRex, 21st January 2008 13:52
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    21st January 2008 16:13 Go to last post
  15. Milage expenses

    Can some one answer this for me please. If by law you are entitled to 40p per mile for the use of your own car, why do some firms only give you say 22p/30p per mile etc? do the keep the extra for themsevles?

    Started by ITD2, 17th January 2008 14:34
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  16. Doomed

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7199552.stm European stock markets have suffered sharp losses amid growing fears of a recession in the US. By 1010 GMT, London's FTSE-100 index was down 1.6%, in Paris the Cac-40 fell more than 3% and in Frankfurt the Dax was down almost 3%. It was a...

    Started by DimPrawn, 21st January 2008 10:35
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  17. Umbrella companies and opting in/out

    Hello. I signed up with the an umbrella company - Parasol - a year ago. For my first contract, I was *encouraged* to opt out by the agency, which I did. Having read a bit more on the subject, I see no real advantages to be by opting out, so for my next contract I want to remain opted in. My...

    Started by darasd, 16th January 2008 16:24
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  18. Private use of a company vehicle

    My Brother in Law is a PAYE employee. He has a company car that is taxed in the normal way through his P11D. He has asked his company if he can take the vehicle to Andorra on a skiing holiday. They have said that he can but will need to pay 4.8p per mile for this. They didnít explain what this...

    Started by Hiram King Of Tyre, 15th January 2008 11:21
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    21st January 2008 12:25 Go to last post
  19. Belgian management co.

    Can anybody recommend a Belgian management company ? I'm now a Belgian resident, but my contract is with a UK agency. The client is also based in the UK. I can't use a UK ltd company to invoice the agency because of my Belgian residency (been here over 185 days, own a house in Belgium, carry out...

    Started by aucomptoir, 20th January 2008 15:58
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    21st January 2008 11:01 Go to last post
  20. Flat Rate Scheme and invoice of expenses

    Hi Did a search and could not find the answer so here goes. I work for a ltd company. When going on business trips to a remote client site I (my ltd company) can invoice 40p per mile to the client (via the agent). 2 questions. 1. As employee I assume I can claim 40 pence per mile for...

    Started by JonSmile, 18th January 2008 19:25
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    20th January 2008 10:45 Go to last post

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