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    Quote Originally Posted by NCOTBAC View Post
    All very nice theory but platting fog would be easier.
    Is posting while banned a bannable offence?

    And plaiting
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    Is posting while banned a bannable offence?

    And plaiting
    No platting is a word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    No platting is a word.
    Indeed - if NCOTBAC can define "platting" without recourse to a dictionary or similar, I'll retract the post
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    as another poster suggested, if you name the three brollies you were directed towards Lucy may be able to tell us how they scored when going through their compliance checks at AUCAE

    I wonder if post weekend the agency you work with are just as keen to direct you towards the same umbrellas

    With regards to your original post, the Umbrella rate only looked more favourable as it included holiday and employers ni. unless you are able to claim expenses the PAYE rate would equate the same figure less perhaps the Umbrella cost
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    [QUOTE=moggy;2476352

    With regards to your original post, the Umbrella rate only looked more favourable as it included holiday and employers ni. unless you are able to claim expenses the PAYE rate would equate the same figure less perhaps the Umbrella cost[/QUOTE]

    ^^ Exactly that I have accepted a PAYE role in the NHS (see my thread) Surely you fall into IR35 if they are only offering you Umbrella / PAYE ? (Otherwise LTD option would be offered) Watch out for those expenses you may well get tripped up !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick@Intouch View Post
    If the contract is outside IR35 then it might be worth considering operating through a PSC.
    Public Sector so the likelihood of outside IR35 is probably slim, or the end client is unlikely to want to take that risk.
    Just watching what I say

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