Bodyguard V IR35

Hi

I have an appointment with a body guard who is currently employed and goes through PAYE, however he is looking to go self employed and has asked about setting up as a ltd company, he has been told about the benefits of being limited, but before i give him my advice I would like to know whether he would be caught within the IR35 legislation,

He will be working for around 3 people at any one time

Thanks for you help in advance.

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Need more information, but in practice possibly not

frustratedwithhmrc |
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@frustratedwithhmrc:RE Substitution & Civil Contingencies Act'04

dstickl |

Civil Contingencies Act 2004

frustratedwithhmrc |
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IR35 isn't the only worry

Steve Kesby |
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Quite a bit different from HMRC versus Serpol Ltd in my reading

frustratedwithhmrc |
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If you are of

johnjenkins |
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Interesting thread

FirstTab |
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IR35 proof contracts

girlofwight |

Spot on girlofwight

JCresswellTax |
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A proper contract for services

johnjenkins |
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HMRC are a bit biased towards PAYE on employment status

frustratedwithhmrc |
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Actual Working Practices

Malcolm Veall |
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