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Inside IR35 - should end client pay unconditionally for contractor being available?

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    #21
    Originally posted by BlueSharp View Post


    Agreed it has nothing to do with his tax determiniation but the type of contract.

    https://www.warnergoodman.co.uk/site...draw-job-offer
    That link is all about employees and has nothing to do with us. For example it mentions delaying the start date is breach. Not for us. The contract starts on the date put forward but if there is no work for the contractor the don't come in etc. Didn't really read the rest of it but can't believe much else in there relates to us either.
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      #22
      Originally posted by northernladuk View Post

      That link is all about employees and has nothing to do with us. For example it mentions delaying the start date is breach. Not for us. The contract starts on the date put forward but if there is no work for the contractor the don't come in etc. Didn't really read the rest of it but can't believe much else in there relates to us either.
      FTC's are employment contracts.
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        #23
        Originally posted by BlueSharp View Post

        FTC's are employment contracts.
        Ah true enough but not quite on topic for this thread as it says in the title 'Inside IR35'
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