IR35 and LLPs
Basically, the title says it all.
My client, an IT cantractor, has formed his Limited Company and asked me to check the contract from the "employer", which refers to the provider of services as the client.
All the hallmarks of IR35, which up until now i have never got involved with.
So what if my client forms a LLP with himself and his company as the partners.
Would that circumvent all that IR35 stuff?
Any advice would be gratefully received.
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