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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: Things to do in case you end up in an inside IR35 contract

    Following a comment from http://forums.contractoruk.com/public-sector-ir35/120242-new-role-declared-inside.html#post2389176 I've just realised something. Usually I pay myself a small salary every month but that means I'm using my income tax allowance up which would be a problem if you start an...

    Started by eek, 16th March 2017 12:18
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: What's changed - FAQ

    Introduction Back in the 2016 Budget it was announced that the means by which IR35 would be handled in the public sector was going to change to ensure greater compliance. This means the following:- The person responsible for making the determination of whether someone is inside or outside...

    Started by eek, 19th January 2017 22:30
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  3. 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 22:51
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  4. 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 16:30
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  1. It's Not Fine -- Specific Flaws With the New IR35 Tool

    I know there are other threads running on the new tool, sorry for the duplication. This one is not intended for general discussion, but to just list specific problems that HMRC really should fix. If you add to what I've said in the comments, I'll add it to the list, if in my infinite and undying...

    Started by WordIsBond, 3rd March 2017 14:10
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  2. Best Option for 1 day/week public sector contract

    Hi all, I am entirely new to contracting, but have the option of a ~1 day per week (~£400 a week) contract supporting a government department. This is in addition to my normal PAYE employment. What is the best way to go about this? Ideally would like to minimise tax burden, but also want to...

    Started by orie1925, 13th March 2017 16:14
    • Replies: 4
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    eek
    13th March 2017 17:54 Go to last post
  3. Forced to use umbrella??

    Hello, I have worked via my own ltd company in the private sector for the past few years. Am now looking into my first public sector contract and have been told that the client requires contractors to use an umbrella company, not ltd. The recruitmemt team have put me in touch with their...

    Started by Zippydill123, 11th March 2017 11:44
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    13th March 2017 10:36 Go to last post
  4. Payrolling through agency as sole trader for public sector company

    I've a contract with an organization that is deemed as a public sector company. I'm currently set up as a sole trader and able to offset business expenses as part of my self assessment. The company has gone for a risk adverse approach and are moving all contracts (Ltd and sole traders) through an...

    Started by Thomasina, 13th March 2017 10:19
    expenses, ir35, off payroll, sole trader
    • Replies: 0
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  5. Question about subcontracting as a public sector contractor under new rules

    Hi, I'm working out how to satisfy substitution conditions (with it being such a big part of the new HMRC ESI tool). Strikes me that after April sub-contracting will no longer be a workable way to do that as it would make me a "paying agent" so liable to all the checks and penalties... so...

    Started by Effrafax of Wug, 12th March 2017 16:54
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    eek
    13th March 2017 06:44 Go to last post
  6. Is this true?

    Someone has just asked if what they've heard is accurate. I don't know if it is or not...

    Started by cojak, 10th March 2017 22:22
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    11th March 2017 18:57 Go to last post
  7. "HMRC will stand by the result given"

    "HMRC will stand by the result given unless a compliance check finds the information provided isn’t accurate." Or not as the case may be..... Our friends at the revenue, clearly spooked by the amount of outside determinations being returned have been briefing NHS Finance Managers saying that...

    Started by Andy Hallett, 8th March 2017 15:38
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  8. Finishing 31st March, do I need an IR35 determination?

    My businesses contract ends on 31st March. The agency has said, so long as timesheets are in by then, they will get the money before 6th April. So am I right in thinking that the public sector body should not even be giving their decision on whether my business is in or out? I have 2 concerns...

    Started by willendure, 9th March 2017 15:58
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  9. Here we go...

    Business Analyst - City of Westminster - 10/03/2017 18:03:10 "IMPORTANT: THIS ROLE HAS BE DEEMED INSIDE IR35 SO YOU WILL NEED TO WORK ON AN UMBRELLA OR PAYE BASIS."

    Started by meanttobeworking, 10th March 2017 21:33
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    10th March 2017 22:36 Go to last post
  10. A way out of IR35?

    Hi All, Been thinking about this for a while as a PSC. What if I setup the company in my partners name dissolve my compamy? Now I'm an employee with a shareholder? Please tell me this is possible! Cheers!

    Started by Qscontractor, 9th March 2017 23:25
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  11. Appeal Process

    My client has yet to inform me of their verdict on the state of my contractual working practices...ie. if I am in or out of IR35. My concerns with all of this are because my contract is clearly outside of IR35, and has been reviewed and approved. However the people making this decision are in...

    Started by NetContractor, 9th March 2017 13:12
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  12. 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 07:31
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  13. New ruler and PSC

    One of the big 4 consultancies announced today that every LTD contractor working under PSC will not be affected by the new rules. I am not even sure I fully understand what PSC is, but they confirmed the contractor is LTD. I am missing something, but what? So how can this be true?

    Started by pscont, 8th March 2017 17:11
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  14. Public Sector body change of role and new contract..

    Morning all My current contract for a role finishes at the end of March. There is a chance I would be able to stay at the same public sector organisation but in a completely different role in a different part of the business. Now obviously no ones for sure, but if I took a week off so finished...

    Started by 225c, 9th March 2017 10:00
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  15. John McDonnell pot calling kettle black self employed NI increase

    I have just heard John McDonnell on Radio PM program say to the effect that the increase tax of self employed is unfair because the do not get any benefits. In this a case of the pot calling the kettle black ? I did not any complains from labour when IR35 was introduced! As I recall it was...

    Started by Bheleu, 9th March 2017 07:51
    budget, ir35, self employed
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  16. So ... when will we know??

    I've been following the forum and recent activities avidly, reading the law, speaking to my agency and boss ... and I'm still none the wiser! When will we know, or is it now determined, that it's going live on 6.4.17 and what is happening with the tool? My agency said today that it is not the...

    Started by hollyblue, 8th March 2017 19:06
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  17. Gcloud has re-opened

    To apply fill the form in at https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk

    Started by eek, 7th March 2017 14:50
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  18. Agency requiring use of the Number Mill prior to April for PS Client

    Agency have imposed use of number mill (without discussion) which offers Umbrella, Umbrella Lite, Accounting and new PROTECT service which says it takes liability off client, contractor and agent - seems to offer a set of questions (presumably to clarify working practices) before invoices are paid...

    Started by John Lane, 8th March 2017 05:56
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  19. SThree have launched their IR35 product

    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/computer-futures-ir35-client-public-sector-products-david-curtis?trk=v-feed&lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_feed%3Be3SM0r8aNSm3N3%2F0aviZrg%3D%3D Main bits of interest are:- QDOS review Where an ‘Outside IR35’ determination has been provided as a result of...

    Started by eek, 8th March 2017 07:40
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  20. Expenses in the Public Sector - mentioned in HMRC doc just published after the Budget

    "As a result of feedback received during the technical consultation, it will be optional for the agency or public sector body to take account of the worker’s expenses when calculating the tax due. This change would put these workers in the same position as other employees, whose employers can...

    Started by matzie, 8th March 2017 14:06
    • Replies: 2
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    8th March 2017 14:10 Go to last post

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