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Contracts by the Self Employed

Comment 10th July 2010

 




Given that the self-employed are able to act faster than any other sector of the economy I believe that the Federation of Small Businesses should forcibly promote the idea that the self-employed should be able to establish contracts between each other as THEY think fit. These should not be later re-interpreted by HMRC under the little understood rules of IR35.

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Deals, arrangements and contracts between people may take a little as a minute to complete to the satisfaction of both parties. HMRC should not contrue them to be other than what they are. The Self Emplyed being small businesses should be encouraged to be as vibrant and dynamic as possible and not be limited by rules that few understand.

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