Previously invoiced via Ltd co, now required to invoice as a 'person'
A client has undertaken work for an organisation in Switzerland (amongst others) via his personal company for several years. The organisation is now changing the way they work with small, single consultant businesses, and requires him to invoice as a 'person', and have the money paid into a personal bank account.
Is there any way this can continue to be treated as income of the limited company, rather than him having to declare it as a separate self-employment?
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