Reply to post: Re: Rigged definition of an employee

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

Tebbers

Re: Rigged definition of an employee

Quite. I think we are indeed likely to see more of this after April 6th. If someone is deemed inside IR35 after a few years of working for the client, what's to stop them then saying that they want years of holiday pay and benefits etc? There are rumblings of actions just like this on LinkedIn at the moment. HMRC can't say that they're inside IR35 but at the same time not an employee entitled to benefits etc. An interesting conundrum.

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