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Forum: Public Sector IR35

To discuss the changes to PS contracts that are due later this year.

  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: Working in the public sector? An FAQ about IR35

    What's this all about then? In the 2016 Autumn Statement, the Chancellor confirmed that from the start of the following tax year (from April 6th 2017), the status of contractors / freelancers in the public sector would be assessed by the public sector body (PSB) engaging them either directly or...

    Started by TheFaQQer, 27th March 2017 08:42
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: PS & IR35: Choosing a legitimate Umbrella

    If you've come here looking for advice regarding umbrella companies here it is. Choose a company that complies with HMRC guidelines and current UK legislation*. You can find a selection here: Ask an Umbrella Company - All Umbrella Companies Are Equal Some companies will offer you the moon...

    Started by cojak, 16th January 2017 21:51
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  3. Sticky Thread Sticky: Public Sector or Not?

    Hi All Is there a list somewhere to identify which organisation falls under public sector? The reason for the question is I have been put forward by the agent to couple of organisation for new role. The agent did mention that it's not public sector but I don't want to take his word at face...

    Started by londonlad, 26th January 2017 15:30
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  1. Dust settles - what happened?

    Been following this thread with interest last few months (private sector contractor) - in anticipation of what is to come next April - what has been the effect of the PS changes? There was a lot of noise before April 06 but since it has gone quiet - are people accepting being inside? Have rates...

    Started by AV101, 19th April 2017 07:31
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  2. Contracting and IR35 through a non PSC Limited Company

    I worked through my own PSC for 10 years but took a break for 4 years to run a 'proper' consultancy business though the Limited Company - it now has other turnover, employees, an office etc. I've now been offered a contract (whcih is too good to turn down) which the agency has deemed to be in...

    Started by Carter, Yesterday 08:43
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  3. Keeping it 'simple' post April

    Been contacted by an old PS client seeing if I'm available. Will have to wait for key players to come back off Easter hols before I can progress a potential new contract with them. In the meantime the little info they could provide: "All contractors will be deemed inside IR35 unless able to...

    Started by Hobosapien, 12th April 2017 10:30
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  4. Renewal contract for outside IR35 role - boilerplate inside clauses removal?

    Hi all, I'm in a Public Sector role as a Digital Technical Architect for one of the few Departments that has declared most people outside of IR35. The original 6 month contract was pre-IR35 aware, whereas the renewal contract (will be continuing on from the end of original contract in May) is...

    Started by yorkshirespud, 24th April 2017 09:43
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  5. Public sector and inside IR35

    Hi guys, I just wanted to bring to everyones attention a scenario in which you can work in the public sector and be outside IR35. I am working through an agency, and the council contact advised me that the contract will lie outside IR35 because I will technically be working for a supplier who...

    Started by kristen330, 23rd April 2017 05:01
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    24th April 2017 10:24 Go to last post
  6. Best combined accountancy for Ltd and umbrella solution

    It looks possible that I may have a mix of inside and outside PS Contracts in future. I am aware of an orange genie combined solution and possibly one from intouch. Any sugestions/recommendations?

    Started by John Lane, 21st April 2017 17:52
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  7. NHS Reaches 'Agreement' that IR35 Changes 'aren't retrospective'

    Health Service Journal reporting that top bods at NHS Improvement et al have been 'reassuring locums and temporary staff' that they've confirmed with HMRC no risk of retrospective... "IR35 tax rules will not be applied to locums retrospectively 20 APRIL, 2017 BY SHAUN LINTERN HMRC and NHS...

    Started by NHS1979, 20th April 2017 12:20
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  8. PS IR35 - Paystream and still use ltd instead of umbrella

    Anyone do this? Umbrella costs approx 100 a month. In the meantime, I've still got ltd I want to keep going - 1/2 fees at 57 a month. Total 157 a month. Looking into this solution from paystream. 5 per week. With full accountancy fees of 114 then. Total approx 136. Would be easier if...

    Started by psychocandy, 20th April 2017 09:20
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  9. Moved: Snap General Election & Contractors Vote!

    Started by londonlad, 19th April 2017 17:01
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  10. Payroll service for IR35 PS

    Just started an inside PS contract.... Obviously, someone has now got to do the payroll side of things. Agency won't do (I expect this is a common thread!) and insisted either umbrella or a payroll solution. I was hoping to still run through my ltd but, in the end, it had to get sorted so I...

    Started by psychocandy, 18th April 2017 08:37
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  11. Same Role, classed inside for one PS and outside for another

    Hi all So not sure if anyone else has encountered this: I am currently working as a Project Manager (for a specific rollout) for an NHS Trust and the Trust has deemed me inside of IR35. I recently got a call for another role, as PM (for the exact same rollout) for another NHS Trust however...

    Started by wparkar, 19th April 2017 10:51
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  12. PSC still permitted?

    My wife works through a ltd and is coming under pressure from her agency to switch to an umbrella. Is a ltd no longer permitted or is it just the agency getting annoyed as they need to do the PAYE calcs and deductions?

    Started by Scrag Meister, 10th April 2017 10:16
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  13. SIPP pensions & IR35 changes for public sector Ltd co. Contractors

    I am in my 60s with a occupational pension and I have recently been working on a part time public sector contract through my own limited company. The company runs at a slight loss, on my contractors accountants advice. I have never paid myself a wage, so I have not needed to pay income tax or N I,...

    Started by Bowgreave, 9th March 2017 06:31
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  14. Starting contract after 6th April

    Hi everyone, I'd really appreciate someone sanity checking my logic as I am new to contracting (and most of the threads here are related to existing public sector contracts). I am due to start contracting (CL1 via capita) with a public sector body after 6th April. The setup is that the PSB...

    Started by koopa, 26th March 2017 23:46
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  15. Public Sector Body Booking Travel through their Booking System for Contractors

    I was chatting to a permie colleague this morning and couldn't help but notice she was booking travel and accommodation through their booking system for a fellow contractor. The contractor won't be invoicing or claiming this as an expense as the Govt booking system will do all the work and pay...

    Started by DKB, 13th April 2017 08:43
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  16. HMRC decision tool: doubts about the selected answers, results, implications, ...

    Hi, I've been contracting for the last 10 years and always concerned about the IR35 issue. My last contract is with the PS and now that they've released the decision tool I tried with a bunch of quite different combinations (like 10 reports), even putting details that up until now I considered...

    Started by mickael28, 16th March 2017 21:20
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  17. HMRC contractors leaving HMRC

    Probably the same guys who eek was talking to... IT contractors behind IR35 calculator to leave HMRC... because of IR35 € The Register Do they know something (that they passed onto eek)?

    Started by cojak, 30th March 2017 17:34
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  18. Home Office U-turn on IR35 classfications results in... can you guess the rest?

    ANSWER: CONTRACTORS WALKING OUT. The treatment of contractors in this story is appalling. Imagine the relieve of being ruled outside with just weeks to go before the 6 April deadline, only for that to be overturned at the 11th hour. Home Office U-turn over IR35 contractor classifications...

    Started by KUWTC, 10th April 2017 07:19
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  19. Returning to same PS co 5 weeks later

    Hi I know there's so many iterations of this post / scenario but would be grateful for views. I left a PS role in mid March due to all the uncertainty and due to the risk of a retrograb. I'd been there for nearly two years, on different projects. I've been on the bench since - four weeks. ...

    Started by groovybeetlecar, 10th April 2017 19:47
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  20. NHS 'trying not to blink'

    NHS is feeling the affects. Lots of articles in Health Service Journal about the immediate problem of keeping the service going, not surprisingly A&E's ( Lincoln County Hospital) "One NHS finance director told HSJ: It is akin to a Mexican standoff. Some locums have been asking for between 30...

    Started by LoughriggFell, 6th April 2017 09:22
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