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I have a client who ask me about about advice on IR35 rules and way to getting avoid it?

can anyone pleas advice me on this

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By thomas34
11th Mar 2020 12:04

Move abroad.

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By Matrix
11th Mar 2020 12:12

Your client does not make the assessment anymore, their client does.

My clients have usually avoided being inside IR35 by ensuring a robust contract and independent day to day working etc.

It is now outside their control now, so they either go on the payroll, challenge the end client or look elsewhere.

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By Wilson Philips
11th Mar 2020 12:34

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Your client does not make the assessment anymore, their client does.


Only in some cases. In others, IR35 is alive and kicking.
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By Matrix
11th Mar 2020 12:37

Sorry my assumption was that by IR35 the OP means the off payroll rules for the private sector rather than any analysis on existing contracts which are not affected by the rules. Since per below, this should have already been done.

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By Ruddles
11th Mar 2020 13:23

It’s a fair assumption. But it does beg the question as to what has suddenly changed to bring the contracts within “IR35”.

I’ve yet to be convinced by HMRC’s “assurances” that there will be no retrospection.

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By Duggimon
11th Mar 2020 15:10

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It’s a fair assumption. But it does beg the question as to what has suddenly changed to bring the contracts within “IR35”.

For my clients the change that's happened is just to put the onus on a risk averse customer who holds all the power and can tell them to go join an umbrella company if they want to keep working, rather than deal with the headache.

At least in their case I have no concerns over a retrospective application of the rules.

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By Matrix
11th Mar 2020 15:21

An ex HMRC inspector I know doesn’t think they will spend any more time on IR35 as we know it. But I suggest we start a new thread to discuss since this one be deleted in a minute when Anonymous deletes all posts.

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By Wilson Philips
11th Mar 2020 13:27

OK - but it would be helpful if people (ie the OP) would refrain from referring to the new rules as ‘IR35’. Although there may be similarities between the two regimes they are not the same thing.

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By Wanderer
11th Mar 2020 12:25

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I have a client who ask me about about advice on IR35 rules and way to getting avoid it?

can anyone pleas advice me on this

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By paul.benny
11th Mar 2020 12:31

Mr/s anonymous -

If you're actually providing accounting services to clients, you're very late in considering the impact of IR35. Perhaps you need to catch up on your CPD.

Having neglected to keep up to date, why do you think anyone here will give you free advice that you will then charge for?

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By Accountant A
15th Jun 2020 20:39

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