Hi, I hope you can advise, i’m very new to this. As a sole trader, my husband has a contract for one company that is running on. I believe he is rightly self employed status, has his own insurance, is able to say when, if and how he works, etc. However, he has been working 3 days per week for this company for nearly a year. Recently, someone highlighted the fact that he’s working for one company and HMRC may not like this. In his contract it says that he will cover any costs that may arise if his employment status is wrong. Do you think that would stand up in a court if HMRC challenged his employment status? I thought the onus was on the employer? His contact also agrees to him bringing in someone else to do the job (however he’s a sole trader)?!