The contract is on a locum basis, i.e. i understand is a temporary position.
The company i joined is Riverside LLP via NLManaged group of company, assuring me that I will hold my self employed position. Obviously, I can come to my present place of work in Sc**thorpe daily from London, I had to stay in BB and in a rented flat, visiting London over the week ends.Therefore I stay in sc**thorpe monday to Friday and visit London over the free week ends.
Riverside LLP is advising me to calculate out my expenses my self as a self employed and submit the return but HMRC is not accepting my position as a self employed being a member of LLP, they say that you should have been paid NET salary, company taking out your profit/loss/expenses?
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If I read your advice, does it mean that;
1; I can not claim for my stay in BB for first 2weeks?
2; that I can not claim rent and council tax for my flat during my stay in Sc**thorpe?
3; I can not claim travelling expenses to travel between sc**thorpe and London?;
4; That the only thing I can claim for is Subsistence as per HMRC guidelines?
Thanks for your patience and expertise,
last couple of queries1; How do I establish that my posting was temporary, what is a definition of temporary worker?
As per changes in HMRC rules from 6/4/2015, Riverside LLP has dissolved my partnership, saying that I can not maintain a self employed position any more and advised me to join an Umbrella company for getting my salary. This umbrella company has promised me and so far proving right by taking expenses deductions as a self employed, including my rent!! Are they right or wrong in legal terms?
Please reply, this should conclude our discussion hopefully.
please be kind to send me a copy of questions and answers to mail mail id *****@******.*** for record purpose.Thanks.AS