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    Default Public Sector Rules, coming to you soon...

    So who's excited about this? I am. Any glimpse as to whether the new spend spend spend era of Conservatism is going to be funded almost entirely by contractors?

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    Until they run out of contractors to milk. Which could come very quickly - politicians being notoriously inept at predicting the consequences of their actions on the behavior of economic agents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkT View Post
    So who's excited about this? I am. Any glimpse as to whether the new spend spend spend era of Conservatism is going to be funded almost entirely by contractors?
    The private sector will be a lot less accommodating than the public sector has been in implementing the rules.

    As I've stated for a while the things to watch out for is not IR35 but the Taylor Review recommendations....
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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    The private sector will be a lot less accommodating than the public sector has been in implementing the rules.

    As I've stated for a while the things to watch out for is not IR35 but the Taylor Review recommendations....
    This is then one that looks into "rights of self-employed and gig-economy workers"? And actually makes matters worse for them?

    A shame they don't look at CT loopholes.

    The government just want Accenture Androids and Cr4p Capitas to get the money. While they keep their kickbacks of course....
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    The guidance for public sector has been re-drafted and will be published this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    The guidance for public sector has been re-drafted and will be published this week.
    Inneresting. Any idea what is coming up in them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    This is then one that looks into "rights of self-employed and gig-economy workers"? And actually makes matters worse for them?

    A shame they don't look at CT loopholes.

    The government just want Accenture Androids and Cr4p Capitas to get the money. While they keep their kickbacks of course....
    That depends on your viewpoint. There are a fair few gig workers who have approached unions to try and improve their lot in life...

    Someone commented (elsewhere) today that the economy has been hollowed out and work is now minimum wage or 40k plus and there is little in between... I think that viewpoint is very valid...
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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    That depends on your viewpoint. There are a fair few gig workers who have approached unions to try and improve their lot in life...

    Someone commented (elsewhere) today that the economy has been hollowed out and work is now minimum wage or 40k plus and there is little in between... I think that viewpoint is very valid...
    Agreed. And it seems to be hitting productivity.
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    Due out today or tomorrow, according to an email received today at 14:32...

    As you have previously shown an interest in off-payroll working reforms, we thought you would be interested to read that HMRC has re-drafted our guidance for off-payroll working. We expect it to be published today or tomorrow on the off-payroll working guidance pages of GOV.UK.

    We will send you a further email with the revised link once it becomes available.

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