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Thank you for your quick response, very much appreciated.
I have been reading various online documents and to say I'm confused is an understatement (although tax is not my specialist field :-).
One thing I need to add is that my Danish customer has recently set up an office in the UK as a Ltd company, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Danish parent, of which I am a Director but I don't take a salary or payment from this UK Ltd company, they do have UK employees. Does this effect anything ?
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Sorry for the delay in replying, one more thing, would it be possible to get to get a statement to this end on an official letter head, as a proof to clients that the way I operate is correct, some clients want me as an employee, however that cuts my field of client base as a number of my clients are competitors, as soon as I become an employee the non-competitive clauses in contracts can be implemented
Thank you for your reply.
I think you can use your own letterhead that shows your company name, registration number and registered office address. You could add the company's UTR to confirm the company is accounting for taxation as an independent entity and also your company PAYE reference number.
This should suffice.
I hope this is helpful.