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November Budget - Stop Public sector IR35 rules coming into the Private sector

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  • poorautojobber
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    Originally posted by tarbera View Post
    Well Done Everyone and god bless IPSE !!!!
    Not sure about god but they've certainly been doing work on this recently.

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  • northernladuk
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    Originally posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    No.

    MoO = does the client have to offer work, and do you have to accept it.
    This is further work when the current piece of work you are obliged to complete has come to an end.

    Having a day off or the client furlough etc is not the same.

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  • tarbera
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    well done

    Well Done Everyone and god bless IPSE !!!!

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  • LondonManc
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    The wording to MPs should be about making taxation fair - that would strike a chord with the public. If the great unwashed feel we're simply wanting to pay less tax, they'll leave us to hang. If, however, the message is that we want all contractors to be paying the correct level of tax and the current implementation of the legislation isn't allowing for that, they'll be more accepting of it. Similarly Labour MPs will be more accepting if they think they've got a chance of getting in power and then faced with a shedload of multi-thousand pound tax rebates.

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  • TheFaQQer
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    Originally posted by PurpleGorilla View Post
    MoO = who pays for the cock up?
    No.

    MoO = does the client have to offer work, and do you have to accept it.

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  • jamesbrown
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    Originally posted by eek View Post
    It’s almost as if the vat story was there to be removed Once it had made the ir35 (and other changes) seem more acceptable than they would otherwise have been
    Ha! I thought exactly the same thing.

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  • PurpleGorilla
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    MoO = who pays for the cock up?

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  • eek
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    It’s almost as if the vat story was there to be removed Once it had made the ir35 (and other changes) seem more acceptable than they would otherwise have been

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  • jamesbrown
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    So we should all complete the consultation and ask for the Taylor report recommendations to be implemented and nothing else. That would mean we can easily be exempt though we would need to pick our words carefully to help ensure it happens.
    There may be some scope to influence the process where normally there would be none, due to the weakness of HMG. Ordinarily, these consultations are pretty worthless.

    In that vein, this was an interesting read. It sounds as though they’ve backed away from the changes to VAT. Unfortunately, rolling out the PS rules is a comparatively easy sell.

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  • poorautojobber
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    IR35 hasn't and won't change who determines your status will/may. If the client decides your inside correctly or incorrectly your stuffed. If your outside now and get deemed inside it maybe best to leave asap especially if you've had your feet under the table for more than 2 years even if you've been operating correctly. If they come calling you'll have difficulty arguing why you were outside for X years but are now inside.

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