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IR35

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Hi everyone

Ive recently been working in IT as a contractor.

I am completing my corporation tax return and I needed to establish whether IR35 rules applied.

Using my agreement I have completed the HMRC/Gov checker and entered the following facts about my agreement:

- a substitute would be acceptable if I was ill

- I incur expenses in my own right prior to being reimbursed

- I am able to dictate where the work takes place 

The checker has come back as outside the scope of IR35, and it states that this will be taken as red.

Under these circumstances have I acted correctly in establishing the result?

Goes without saying, but my answers to the checker were honest and not designed to fabricate a desired result!

thanks in advance 

 

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By Paul Crowley
13th Aug 2020 18:34

Genuine substitution? Ever happened?

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By dorset1992
13th Aug 2020 19:22

Regardless of whether it has ever happened, it’s genuinely still part of the question criteria isn’t it?

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By JCresswellTax
13th Aug 2020 21:25

Has your accountant provided any advice or thoughts on this?

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By Tax Dragon
14th Aug 2020 02:26

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Hi everyone

Ive recently been working in IT as a contractor.

I am completing my corporation tax return and I needed to establish whether IR35 rules applied.

Using my agreement I have completed the HMRC/Gov checker and entered the following facts about my agreement:

- a substitute would be acceptable if I was ill

- I incur expenses in my own right prior to being reimbursed

- I am able to dictate where the work takes place 

The checker has come back as outside the scope of IR35, and it states that this will be taken as red.

Under these circumstances have I acted correctly in establishing the result?

Goes without saying, but my answers to the checker were honest and not designed to fabricate a desired result!

thanks in advance 

 

"Under these circumstances."

Under what circumstances? I honestly don't know what you are asking, sorry.

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By thestudyman
14th Aug 2020 09:40

Its not just about checking the HMRC status - you should get your contracts professionally reviewed.

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