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IR35 and Travel Expenses

AMS_AccountantsAMS_Accountants Hull, East YorkshireRegistered Posts: 31
Hi

I was wondering how other people are getting on with the changes in April 2016 stating that people inside of IR35 can no longer claim travel expenses to and from home?

My advice so far has been to trade as a sole trader as the IR35 rules only apply to Umbrella Companies and Limited Companies.

What are other people's thoughts as 'one man band' limited companies make up a huge amount of companies in the UK?
Carl Derving FMAAT | Managing Director
AMS Accountants
www.ams4u.co.uk | 01482 257752

Comments

  • AMS_AccountantsAMS_Accountants Hull, East YorkshireRegistered Posts: 31
    I haven't been telling people to dis-incorporate but look at that option if they are setting up and planning on working inside of IR35.

    I have been telling limited companies to pick their contracts carefully.
    Carl Derving FMAAT | Managing Director
    AMS Accountants
    www.ams4u.co.uk | 01482 257752
  • burgburg Experienced Mentor GloucesterModerator, FMAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 1,441
    Maybe it is just me but I have yet to come across a contractor inside IR35
    Regards,

    Burg
  • DorotaDDorotaD Registered Posts: 11
    Agree with Burg.
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