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What is IR35?

Essentially, IR35 will affect all contractors who do not meet the Inland Revenue's definition of 'self employment'., Those contractors who fall under the IR35 rules will be liable to Schedule E taxation and National Insurance (N.I), following deductions for expenses. Income will be in the form of a 'deemed payment', following these deductions.
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Does the right of substitution defeat IR35?

There has been a lot of debate recently over substitution clauses in agency contracts, and whether they do indeed defeat IR35. In this article I will sum up the Revenue's thinking toward the subject, quoting directly from their employment status manuals.
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Substitution and Exclusivity

This is probably the main point now discussed amongst Contractors, as many incorrectly believe it is the only point needed in a Contract to prove self-employment.
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