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Umbrella for ad hoc work..

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    #31
    Originally posted by rootsnall View Post
    How would any umbrella know in advance how much work there is going to be ? I would describe my intended work pattern as 'a few days here and there' but I've never known a contract that actually turns out that way.
    You have a contract with the Umbrella and the Umbrella has a contract with the agency or client. That latter contract will typically stipulate day rate and expected contract term.

    I'd be surprised if an Umbrella would employ someone who's client/agency side contract was not well defined with regards to the realistically expected volume of work over the period of that contract.

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      #32
      Hopefully its true, I'm with JSA for accounting after they took over accountsnet, so it could ease the transition into umbrella.

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        #33
        Originally posted by Royston1664 View Post
        Hopefully its true, I'm with JSA for accounting after they took over accountsnet, so it could ease the transition into umbrella.
        They've been good tbh. as were the previous lot, I expected glitches but issue free so far. I have a double smile each week, one for not having to read posts on IR35 after 20 years of it, and secondly at my tax and NI deductions each week as I'm paying the bulk into a SIPP. I'll go on a go slow if I run out of SIPP allowance.

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