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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    Updated 23 June 2016 - This got out of date so am doing a bit of rehash.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. Cold Calls about the New Dividend Tax Change?

    I'm getting cold calls from companies posing as agents saying that they can save the amount of Tax I pay on my dividends ? Its sounds like a scam but wanted to ask if anyone has used one of these Dividend Tax savers? :confused: If so how dose it work?

    Started by CloudWalker, 13th May 2016 14:01
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    16th May 2016 16:14 Go to last post
  2. Business bank account for someone with poor credit history and/or CCJ's?

    Hi, As per the title I have the dilemma of trying to set up a business bank account for my limited company but I have some very bad credit history (due to fraud by a business partner in the past) and an active CCJ (defaulted on a mortgage). Long story short I want to set up a business bank...

    Started by Vurso, 15th January 2016 09:36
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  3. Scottish Offshore Tax Havens

    Growth industry in Scotland Lets see how long this lasts before the loophole is closed! Is this Nicola Sturgeon's new strategy for raising revenue? :fight:

    Started by Darren at DynamoAccounts, 16th May 2016 11:21
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  4. End of contract (laptop expense and salary)

    Hi I had couple of questions if anyone can advise. This could be my last month of contract with my current client and possibly it won't be extended. I was in the process of buying a MacBook for work but as there is rumour that new MacBook might be coming out next month. My question is...

    Started by Mastersaab, 14th May 2016 23:38
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    16th May 2016 10:56 Go to last post
  5. Corporation tax

    Hi all, Really stupid question but do we pay corporation tax on the savings we make from FRS? Invoice 120 including VAT - do pay corporation tax on 100 or 106? Yes I've asked my accountant, but this is news to me Thanks

    Started by VillageContractor, 14th May 2016 21:16
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    16th May 2016 10:18 Go to last post
  6. Boox Accountants experiences?

    Hi, I was wondering if anyone had any recent experiences with this company? Specifically their online accounts portal? I found them as I was looking at switching to freeagent and they were listed on the accountants page as freeeagent friendly, when I've spoke with them their online accounts...

    Started by SouthernManc78, 12th May 2016 06:58
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    16th May 2016 09:33 Go to last post
  7. Capital depreciation and AiA capital allowance

    Afternoon, Just wondering what's the difference between the two? I was under the impression that for example IT kit that my company purchased was written off at the end of the financial year provided it was under the threshold as per this link:-...

    Started by zappakat, 15th May 2016 14:42
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    16th May 2016 07:40 Go to last post
  8. What should I be asking potential accountants

    Hi all, I've just landed a contract to start in April, previously been working as an employed consultant for an agency (desperate times,out of work for 4 months). So I've called a lot of the accountants recommended her but wanted some advise about what would I be asking in specific? I'll be the...

    Started by midlandscontractor, 15th March 2016 13:39
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  9. IT Contractor Considering Bankruptcy

    Hi, I'm currently about to embark on a First Tier Tax Tribunal appeal against a HMRC VAT Penalty that would not be possible to pay (circa 200k). But I was shocked that the costs of the legal fees required in the tribunal itself may amount to 30k or more, and then they do not guarantee a win...

    Started by GenericITContractor, 11th May 2016 19:58
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  10. Claiming accomodation Mon-Fri, live permanently with parents 300 miles away

    Hi all Just wondering how this situation would work in terms of expenses: Contract is outside IR35 and 11 months in length, still under 24 months. My Ltd co is registered at parents address, 250 miles away. I count this as primary address. I rent a furnished room Mon-Fri, and go back on...

    Started by KRose, 19th April 2016 12:55
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    13th May 2016 13:40 Go to last post
  11. Flat Rate VAT : Notice 733 updated

    Flat Rate VAT : Notice 733 updated https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/vat-notice-733-flat-rate-scheme-for-small-businesses/vat-notice-733-flat-rate-scheme-for-small-businesses HMRC Rewrite of VAT Notice 733: Flat rate scheme for small businesses. This notice now reflects comments made...

    Started by eazy, 13th May 2016 12:21
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  12. 24 month rule again!

    Still confuses me.... I thought all you did was go back 24 months from today and take that into consideration. BUT apparently its not that easy.... Current gig in city A - current extension will take me to 18 months, next one to 21 months. I assumed next extension will be last one that I'll be...

    Started by psychocandy, 11th May 2016 12:37
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  13. Planning to contract - question about IR35

    Hello, I'm currently employed but considering going the contractor route. As I'm doing my homeworking and educating myself, it is clear that one of the most important point will be my IR35 status. I know this as to be reviewed on a case by case basis, but I was wondering how likely am I to...

    Started by Badloki, 12th May 2016 14:43
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    13th May 2016 11:52 Go to last post
  14. Question Travel expenses while working abroad

    Hello all, I am contractor and my Ltd has been incorporated in the UK. I am currently working in a contract in Rome, Italy and I'm issuing invoices to my UK recruiter. My Portuguese colleague is arguing that he is able to withdraw about 100Euros daily from his business account for...

    Started by apapadak, 12th May 2016 16:33
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  15. Is it me, my accountant or my Ltd company?

    Hi All, I've lost the plot somewhere along the way. I've been Ltd since 2005 - and always got myself into a 'pickle' with Corp Tax, VAT etc. I'm generally 'tulip' with money, whether personally or in my company. I never know how much I should be paying myself, how much dividends I should...

    Started by peterc2609, 10th May 2016 18:27
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  16. Smile Is convicted ex accountant Darren Upton practicing?

    See comment at end of article :smokin Most limited company contractors to end up within IR35 rules | Business intelligence for recruitment and resourcing professionals "This is absolute rubbish! If a contractor has obtained professional opinion (from people who actually know what they're...

    Started by ZARDOZ, 11th May 2016 22:42
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  17. Incorrect advice given by accountancy firm

    I have a limited company with one director/employee/shareholder and I signed up to a "pay ~150 per month" for accountancy services. I have been with this firm for over one year, and I asked them for advice on rental accommodation when I first joined the service. I gave them the circumstances in...

    Started by UKContractor2016, 10th May 2016 19:29
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    12th May 2016 10:41 Go to last post
  18. Am I a contractor?

    Hi guys, I keep reading about these IR35 rules and I'm trying to work out where I fit in with all of this, or if it's completely irrelevant to me. I started a limited company at the beginning of this year. I arranged with a firm I used to work with over a year ago to do 3 days a week working...

    Started by Queeg500, 12th May 2016 09:12
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    12th May 2016 09:12 Go to last post
  19. Any of the contractor accountants take on more typical freelance/micro IT businesses?

    A mate has recently decided to go professional freelance as a web dev/design shop after doing it for a while. He's set up a Ltd, which I think is a good shout, but I think is now a little unsure what to do regarding accountancy. I don't think 100+ a month (he's not VAT registered) is a great...

    Started by d000hg, 11th May 2016 09:41
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    12th May 2016 08:30 Go to last post
  20. The survey on the HMRC Consultation regarding Travel Expenses is up

    As the title says I have just published the survey I promised to create regarding the impact the HMRC proposal on travel expenses will have on contractors. To be absolutely clear I am collecting this data for my personal submission to HMRC and I am not planning to share this data with anyone...

    Started by eek, 29th July 2015 07:38
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    12th May 2016 06:10 Go to last post

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