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    HMRC's off-payroll rule article blasted as 'propaganda' :: Contractor UK

    Really such a diverse spread of opinion is just beyond belief. HMRC are saying impact is negligable. All feedback I have heard and read on here and Linkedin is the complete opposite.

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    "In fact, ahead of next month’s Autumn Budget 2017, he claims that such contractors are “denying the country hundreds of millions of pounds for schools, hospitals and other public services.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by saptastic View Post
    HMRC's off-payroll rule article blasted as 'propaganda' :: Contractor UK

    Really such a diverse spread of opinion is just beyond belief. HMRC are saying impact is negligable. All feedback I have heard and read on here and Linkedin is the complete opposite.
    The CUK article consistently gets the name of Jim Harra wrong throughout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    The CUK article consistently gets the name of Jim Harra wrong throughout.
    It should be spelt LyingBully. When are MPs going to take back control of HMRC?
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    Oh boohoo! Those nasty little contractors!....

    What about the global corporations scamming us out of £119Bn per year in tax revenue?

    HMRC isn't doing anything about that because they know that legislation won't work, only a cuture change* would do it and that is just too difficult, so let's just keep targeting the UK's SMEs and strangling the s**t out of any innovation and entrepreneurship that could help us recover after brexit.

    *such as offering advice, support and information to tax justice campaigns (like FairTaxMark) which highlight the damage done by corporate tax avoidance. Only when public and private sector buyers (and the general public) start making educated choices about where to spend their money, will the big corporations start to change their behaviour.
    Last edited by Nominally; 9th October 2017 at 08:16.

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