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Potential Catalyst for mass bankruptcies?

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Hello,

I have been reading the forums for quite a few years but never felt I had anything to contribute.  I thought this may possibly be of interest to some.  HMRC is looking to go apply retrospective taxation, going back 20 years, for those involved in EBT schemes.  This extends well beyond the IT and celebrity sector-- nurses, Dr's, teachers, and many other employment sectors are involved.

https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/economy/financial-sector/opinion/house-commons/95264/stephen-lloyd-mp-government-must

https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/economy/taxation/opinion/ipse/95391/ipse-government-escalating-its-war-self-employed

https://www.contractorcalculator.co.uk/iir35_reforms_destroying_locum_nurses_livelihoods_541210_news.aspx

If anyone is impacted by this you may wish to visit this website.

https://www.hmrcloancharge.info

 

Thanks

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