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    Going inside

    Hi,

    Looks like my client is putting everyone inside. I'll hang around until I find something else, I'd rather be bringing something in then dipping into my warchest.

    But I have a question on how the PAYE is paid. Do I invoice as normally and pay it in my SA or does my client take the tax before paying me the rest?

    Thanks

    VC

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    Tolling in professional.

    https://www.contractoruk.com/forums/...st2719248.html

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    Last edited by northernladuk; 27 February 2020, 21:22.
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      #3
      Yeah originally agent and client claimed it was outside. Now they're doing a determination and I'm expecting it to be inside.

      Sucks but that's business

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        #4
        Originally posted by VillageContractor View Post
        Hi,

        Looks like my client is putting everyone inside. I'll hang around until I find something else, I'd rather be bringing something in then dipping into my warchest.

        But I have a question on how the PAYE is paid. Do I invoice as normally and pay it in my SA or does my client take the tax before paying me the rest?

        Thanks

        VC
        yes, you do.
        definitely.

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          #5
          I am seriously debating to go on some technical training courses whilst I can still expense them, and start doing hands-on stuff.

          Sounds to me like SoW Contracts will be the way to go. Probably a lot more of them out there for techies that can charge for deliverables.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Drei View Post
            I am seriously debating to go on some technical training courses whilst I can still expense them, and start doing hands-on stuff.

            Sounds to me like SoW Contracts will be the way to go. Probably a lot more of them out there for techies that can charge for deliverables.
            How do you mean hands on? What do you do now? If you are a learning a new skill then training expenses aren't allowable.
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