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HMRC claims victory in another IR35 dispute to sting Nationwide contractor for nearly £75k in back taxes


IR35 Victim


Smacks of hypocrisy, maybe HMRC need to flip this around.

Employee acting like a contractor should be liable for their own taxes, pass all the taxes to the disguised contractor.

Still the unfortunate victim of IR35 can now claim holidays and all the other perks of being an employee, and surly both parties acted in good faith which is what the judgement in a prior case stated and therefore HMRC was not allowed to claim the tax.

This totally looks like HMRC have decided that contractors as a group MUST have assets and is going after them.

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