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Adversely Affected?

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Hi all

In addition to losing end clients my client dropped their daily rate by approx 40% to continue working in exceptional circumstances so in the first grant felt had been adversely affected.Is now working more hours than last year,still at redced rate, so income appears higher.However last year hours reduced due to maternity leave.

Is there still an argument that they contine to be adversely affected?

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By memyself-eye
30th Jun 2020 14:24

you have answered your own question - daily rate down 40%.

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By Lass
30th Jun 2020 14:39

Yes thanks - it was my opinion too but examples on Gov.uk didn't offer much assurance. I'm anticipating higher profits in 20/21 but these are based on working twice as long at reduced rates.
Appreciate your feedback!

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By Lass
30th Jun 2020 16:29

True, but they ask our advice which we can only give on the information they provide.I'm keeping detailed records for post 20/21 filings.
Thanks for your comments.

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By Paul Crowley
30th Jun 2020 16:00

Loads of threads discussing same.
Adversely affected is not defined. Examples unhelpful
Client makes the decision

I agree with memy

BUT
lots of responders would disagree

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