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6th April 2021 - what will you do?

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  • northernladuk
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    Originally posted by eek View Post
    Given the OPs attitude I actually think this is the correct part of the forum - the thread would have ended up in general eventually...
    It doth appear so. Good point and from JB as well.

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  • LondonManc
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    Originally posted by MojoDog View Post
    Currently in a contract (OS IR35) with a large supplier to the public sector. My contract ends in February '21 but indications are the there will be a requirement until August '21.

    Had an email the other day from the supplier saying that from 6/4/21 my role will be deemed as inside IR35. Contacted my agent who said that in the event that my role is extended they will raise a contract from Feb to 6 April for my LtdCo and then I'll need to get an Umbrella Co if I want to stay on past 6/4/21.

    Not sure what I'm going to do yet - especially given that the supplier have stated that they will not be looking at revising the rates. 'If' I accept the extended role I guess I'll 'park' the LtdCo and see the contract out beneath an umbrella and hope that a role OS IR35 appears.

    I think for the public sector it's probably game over for yer typical Ltd Co contractor, which leads me to wonder how many private sector roles will remain OS IR35.

    Just wondered what everyone else thinks, and what your plans are?
    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?

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  • mallisarealperson
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    New tax year. TAX, TAX and more TAX for everyone.

    Bend over.

    Future is bright got to wear shades.

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  • eek
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    Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
    He's right though. Well done for posting this in completely the wrong part of the forum as well.
    Given the OPs attitude I actually think this is the correct part of the forum - the thread would have ended up in general eventually...

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  • northernladuk
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    Originally posted by MojoDog View Post
    I think you'll find I asked what people were thinking, not for a definitive answer. But congratulations for being the first person to give a snarky reply. I bet your mum's proud of you.
    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.

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  • jamesbrown
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    Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
    He's right though. Well done for posting this in completely the wrong part of the forum as well.
    Or the right part, as it turns out.

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  • northernladuk
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    Originally posted by MojoDog View Post
    Oh dear, someone's tired.
    He's right though. Well done for posting this in completely the wrong part of the forum as well.

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  • jamesbrown
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    Originally posted by eek View Post
    If the client believes the role is inside IR35 why isn't it now.
    Narrator: it is. OP is screwed.

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  • MojoDog
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    Originally posted by Paralytic View Post
    In General, stupid questions deserve snarky replies.

    There you go. You got the last word...

    Oh, wait...

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  • jamesbrown
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    Carry on my successful UK contracting business unaffected.

    HTH

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