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6th April 2021 - what will you do?

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  • cojak
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    Retire.

    I'm fecked off with the whole 'working for a living' lark.

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  • AtW
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    Open new cash ISA (assuming Tory feckers don’t can those in March)

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  • jamesbrown
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    Originally posted by MojoDog View Post
    Typical Pile-On from the 'big fish' in the tiny CUK pond. You could just walk on by without making a comment, but you never do. But I guess it makes you feel better about yourself.
    Yes, mocking cretins does make us feel better about ourselves. It's the small things in life, I guess.

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  • MojoDog
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    Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
    We are proud of him, ti's in General. He has done as needs must. The real disgrace here is the people giving proper advice. That shouldn't be allowed. But we can also call you a fawning, bedwetter lickspittle here as well so all is good.
    Typical Pile-On from the 'big fish' in the tiny CUK pond. You could just walk on by without making a comment, but you never do. But I guess it makes you feel better about yourself.

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  • BlueSharp
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    Employer other contractors and bid for fixed price work.

    HTH.

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  • Andy2
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    HMRC will have a special tub of vaseline ready for OP

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  • LondonManc
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    Originally posted by eek View Post
    Nope - it's



    So think Crapita, HPE (or whatever they call themselves this week) or Serco. For the moment the determinations in these cases may be being done by either the government department or the supplier depending on the relationship of the role being performed (for instance support roles may well be determined by the department, development will be being determined by the supplier)
    Lovely. Grey area upon grey area.

    Question 2 still stands to prevent OP being up a smelly inlet without means of human propulsion.

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  • eek
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    Originally posted by LondonManc View Post
    This is a public sector gig.....
    Nope - it's

    Originally posted by MojoDog View Post
    with a large supplier to the public sector.
    So think Crapita, HPE (or whatever they call themselves this week) or Serco. For the moment the determinations in these cases may be being done by either the government department or the supplier depending on the relationship of the role being performed (for instance support roles may well be determined by the department, development will be being determined by the supplier)

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  • LondonManc
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    Originally posted by eek View Post
    1) The OP - because all work is outside ain't it.
    2) nothing except the client now has to make the determination and they are more honest when they bring in temporary workers to work like employees.
    This is a public sector gig.....

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  • eek
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    Originally posted by LondonManc View Post
    Ignoring all the coulda, woulda, shoulda comments, there are two questions that spring to mind:
    1/ Who made the current determination?
    2/ What is changing to push it inside IR35?
    1) The OP - because all work is outside ain't it.
    2) nothing except the client now has to make the determination and they are more honest when they bring in temporary workers to work like employees.

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