Re: that’s your “employer”, not your “customer”
Again showing you have no clue.
Being found inside ir35 means you are designated an employee for tax purposes, you are not entitled by law to holiday pay, sick pay, paternity or maternity, so tell me again why is this fair ? We pay the same tax from one pot (you lose all the tax my company would pay and vat i would raise). You will get less paye from me and the nic is paid by someone else so thats 0 sum. Would you work under this.. of course you wouldn't. Its a cash grab and is grossly unfair. It is because they are unable to do proper tax reform which I personally would welcome, IR35 isn't and never was a good piece of legislation