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Radio 4 Request – IR35 impact on the public sector

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    Radio 4 Request – IR35 impact on the public sector

    Hello

    BBC Radio 4 is looking into the impact of the IR35 rule change for the public sector, and interested to speak to individuals who have been affected.

    We would be keen to hear from anybody who has seen significant change in the area they work in, or has seen their circumstances change significantly.

    If you are interested to let us know about your experience, please reply to this thread, and I will send you a private message.

    Many thanks.

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    Not sure you will have PM rights yet will you?
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      #3
      He has
      merely at clientco for the entertainment

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        #4
        Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
        Not sure you will have PM rights yet will you?
        Yes, she does
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          #5
          Oh. That's OK then.
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            #6
            Just to clarify - This journo contacted Contractor UK first to explain her work which checked out fine. So if anybody can contribute constructively with details -and in confidence - feel free to PM the journo directly. Thanks.

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              #7
              Update

              Hello

              Thank you to so many of you for reading the request above and to those of you who have been in touch; the correspondence has been invaluable to my investigation of this very complicated regulatory area.

              Something I am hearing a lot is that adding Employer NI to a contractor's tax bill is an unchecked but widespread practice. I am therefore still looking to speak to people whose contracts were brought inside IR35 and now have Employer NI deducted from their rate.

              If affected, it would be great to hear from you and whether or not you agree with the Employer NI charge.

              Thanks again

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                #8
                A brief reminder: -

                Anyone who gets involved is mad. You will be portrayed as tax evading scum. The media just does HMRC bidding.

                Note that the media does not care about HMRC LYING in the meeting minutes. Or LYING to parliament. Or retrospectively changing the law.

                http://forums.contractoruk.com/accou...ml#post2480452

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by BrilloPad View Post
                  A brief reminder: -

                  Anyone who gets involved is mad. You will be portrayed as tax evading scum. The media just does HMRC bidding.

                  Note that the media does not care about HMRC LYING in the meeting minutes. Or LYING to parliament. Or retrospectively changing the law.

                  http://forums.contractoruk.com/accou...ml#post2480452
                  And if nobody responds, the media cannot present our side of the story.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by BrilloPad View Post
                    A brief reminder: -

                    Anyone who gets involved is mad. You will be portrayed as tax evading scum. The media just does HMRC bidding.

                    Note that the media does not care about HMRC LYING in the meeting minutes. Or LYING to parliament. Or retrospectively changing the law.

                    http://forums.contractoruk.com/accou...ml#post2480452
                    +1. HMRC are merely playing to a general public who don’t see why others should pay less tax (in both monetary terms or percentage) than they do.

                    MS - if you think you can explain employers ni to the average income tax payer in a way that makes it sound like a contractor is hard done by go ahead - I’ve spent 10 minutes thinking of ways that don’t make us sound bad and I can’t find any.
                    merely at clientco for the entertainment

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