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    Default Agency up front about IR35 status

    First time I've seen a contract advertised where they are up front about the new PS IR35 stuff:

    "Please be aware the client has decided this role is within IR35 legislation so the options are to switch to umbrella or have tax deducted at source and take home NetPay."

    for a .net developer, 290-300 per day, South Manchester, 6 Months

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    That's really useful, wouldn't it be nice if all end clients / agencies were that proactive.

    It would certainly cut down a lot of the uncertainty in the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick@Intouch View Post
    That's really useful, wouldn't it be nice if all end clients / agencies were that proactive.

    It would certainly cut down a lot of the uncertainty in the market.
    I suspect it will become common place over the next year...
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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    I suspect it will become common place over the next year...
    Agreed and once it does and they find that the market is not interested in taking them up on their kind offer. They will see the need to raise the rates

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmo21 View Post
    First time I've seen a contract advertised where they are up front about the new PS IR35 stuff:

    "Please be aware the client has decided this role is within IR35 legislation so the options are to switch to umbrella or have tax deducted at source and take home NetPay."

    for a .net developer, 290-300 per day, South Manchester, 6 Months
    It would be VERY interesting to know who that is for.

    I've had some contact about a contract which is for a Public Sector client, and is apparently definitely outside IR35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NORTHMAN View Post
    It would be VERY interesting to know who that is for.

    I've had some contact about a contract which is for a Public Sector client, and is apparently definitely outside IR35.
    Yes? And?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NORTHMAN View Post
    It would be VERY interesting to know who that is for.

    I've had some contact about a contract which is for a Public Sector client, and is apparently definitely outside IR35.
    Who told you that? If its the agent...

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    I got an email about a public sector contract from an agency and they didn't say inside or outside just that you would have to work via an umbrella company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by javadude View Post
    I got an email about a public sector contract from an agency and they didn't say inside or outside just that you would have to work via an umbrella company.
    Mandatory brolly = inside, they are just trying to spin it rather than being explicit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlipTheJab View Post
    Mandatory brolly = inside, they are just trying to spin it rather than being explicit.
    +1 but it would be interesting to see the end clients view when you point http://forums.contractoruk.com/publi...companies.html at them...
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