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    It's cheaper to leave the UK.

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    ( called ? )
    <a href="http://www.pcg.org.uk/membership/pcgplus/" target="_blank">PCGPlus</a>

    Includes the following;

    - Professional Expenses Insurance (PEI) and all the other benefits of standard membership
    - PAYE Audit Cover
    - Creditsafe Fee Recovery Service
    - Access to the Ashridge Virtual Learning Resource Centre (VLRC)
    - Access to 24-7 business information portal
    - Printed copies of PCG publications

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    Apparently, the standard PCG membership insures you for legal help in the proper IR35 investigation but not the initial PAYE trawl by the IR. The higher class of membership ( called ? ) covers you for this initial PAYE investigation also. I've been too lazy/tight to upgrade since I learnt this but will do soon.

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    I looks like a letter requesting a meeting to review your PAYE procedures.

    Best to refuse a face to face meeting and call in the experts.

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    what does the trawl look like?

    Demand in the mail, forms, personal visit from bailifs?

    Mailman

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    yup...and worth getting insured against

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    IR35

    Has anyone here had a PAYE compliance visit from the IR a.k.a an IR35 trawl?

    Just wondered as I haven't (touch wood) and was trying to get a feel for just how likely this would be.

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