Ltd Company client working for chiropractic practice, not employed
I have a Ltd Company client who is a chirpractor and provides his chiropractic services through his Ltd Company.
The chirpractic business owner operates a building and a shared reception and for the provision of those services my client pays 40% of his patient fee income to the business owner.
In this case, the business owner wants my client to invoice him for the fee income net of 40% charges rather than just collecting his takings abnd then paying the business owner the 40% charges separately.
My concern is that this looks more like an IR35 employee situation this way and might be more susceptable to a challenge.
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