FYI: Manchester Client insisting on IR35 caught contract terms
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    Quote Originally Posted by matzie View Post
    I had an offer from a private sector client with a strong ethical reputation in Manchester.
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    Is it Co-op, near Victoria then?
    Can't be.

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    TfL tried this one on with me a few years ago. I quoted my IR35 rate, which they naturally refused so I gave them 3 options :

    1) Change the contract
    2) Pay the higher rate
    3) Go back to market

    They went back to market in the end, but yes I was "the only contractor" to have queried this in 5 billionty placements
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    Quote Originally Posted by suityou01 View Post
    TfL tried this one on with me a few years ago. I provided my references, which they naturally refused so I gave them 3 options :

    1) Change the contract
    2) Pay the higher rate
    3) Go back to market

    They went back to market in the end, but yes I was "the only contractor" to have queried this in 5 billionty placements
    FTFY

    Too many BoS contractors about. They'll be in for a nice surprise in 10 months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LondonManc View Post
    FTFY

    Too many BoS contractors about. They'll be in for a nice surprise in 10 months.
    BoS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by suityou01 View Post
    BoS?
    Bum on Seat - permietractors who blindly sign contracts, aren't aware/bothered about IR35 other than asking the agent if the contract's IR35 friendly and accepting the answer, don't know about the new T&S stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LondonManc View Post
    Bum on Seat - permietractors who blindly sign contracts, aren't aware/bothered about IR35 other than asking the agent if the contract's IR35 friendly and accepting the answer, don't know about the new T&S stuff.
    Like this you mean?
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    I think you're rather redefining BoS - BoS is any serial single client contractor who generally works full time for a client for a period of months or longer. BoS != IR35 caught (although of course a subset will be)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    I think you're rather redefining BoS - BoS is any serial single client contractor who generally works full time for a client for a period of months or longer. BoS != IR35 caught (although of course a subset will be)
    Hmm. Seemed to be what I believed a BoS contractor was. Maybe I was confusing a permatractor so will be mindful of that if I talk about BoS again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudskipper View Post
    I think you're rather redefining BoS - BoS is any serial single client contractor who generally works full time for a client for a period of months or longer. BoS != IR35 caught (although of course a subset will be)
    In certain circumstances, BoS may stand for Bag of Sh***. In that case, it's more like the permitractor described earlier in the thread.

    But I'm happy to be a BoS / SSCC and will continue to do so for many years to come, I hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LondonManc View Post
    If it's an easy commute, you could have just asked for an extra 50 a day due to your LtdCo's rate card for working under IR35 caught contracts.
    50 a day seems incredibly low when you factor in the additional costs of being inside IR35 (unless you can afford to whack all the money into the pension plan).

    For IR35 caught contracts, my starting price is about 30% more. If there is travel involved, then it's 50% more than the outside rate.

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