Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today.
Why do you think there is a restriction?
Your rights will depend on whether the original redundancy was genuine or not. If it was, then even if you are re-employed immediately after, your redundancy payment and any benefits would not be affected:
so the time factor is not important, rather it is the reasons for the redundancy.
you an go back now if you really wanted to, as mentioned the time between employment is not an issue, this is not what ill be under scrutiny of that was to be challenged. Also you are not being re-employed, you r working as a consultant, someone who is not an employee and that will also work in your favour
I don't know, you have to ask him, it could be a confusion as to the rules, i can only advise of what the law says, I can't guess why he is saying that unfortunately
you can say that - this is really something that the HMRC could investigate and t would only be an issue if they find that the original redundancy was not genuine because if that was the case it would not have been a situation where tax-free payments could have been made so they could try and recover any tax due as a result
I do not foresee issues in that respect - the redundancy appears to be genuine and yo are not returning as an employee
Not in you case. Local government have a time limit of 30 days but that is a separate issue that also only applies if the person is re-employed as an employee, not on a self employed basis
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