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HMRC launches IR35 probe into Transport for London contractors

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    HMRC launches IR35 probe into Transport for London contractors

    HMRC launches IR35 probe into Transport for London contractors

    Assuming, being a public sector department, any contractors deemed inside (but declared outside by TFL) wont be liable for penalties and it will be TFL who have to cough up - a lot like the NHS have been made to.

    Could be a problem for contractors who were there before the 2017 changes, however...

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    Originally posted by boxingbantz View Post
    HMRC launches IR35 probe into Transport for London contractors

    Assuming, being a public sector department, any contractors deemed inside (but declared outside by TFL) wont be liable for penalties and it will be TFL who have to cough up - a lot like the NHS have been made to.

    Could be a problem for contractors who were there before the 2017 changes, however...
    I was there in 08 and the rate was tulip. Hopefully long enough in the dim and distant past.

    Wasn't through Hays either

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      #3
      Although probably meant well and for all the right reasons, this bit was funny.

      "...…. because the public sector has had two-and-a-half years to get to grips with the off payroll working rules, and if any public sector body has got it wrong at this late stage, it would be surprising.”

      By contrast, the HMRC has had 20 years and they are so far behind their own curve it beggars belief.

      Give 'em a bit of slack luv.

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