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I am thinking about taking a new contract that is about 200 miles from home for a public agency. Normally I would expect to be able to write the cost of staying in a hotel, getting an evening meal off, cost of getting there etc against tax since its impossible to commute that sort of distance of a daily basis. Is this sort of thing going to be allowed under the new IR35 rules assuming that the contract is caught ?
Way back in 2004 my local tax office opened an enquiry into my 2001/2002 tax return, they updated my assessment and I paid it. All completed, or so I thought until a Follower Notice And APN turned up a week ago.
I set up a Ltd company through which I used to provide IT Consultancy. There are 2 shares in issue owned by myself. The company was started in 1994 and I traded through it until 2008. The company purchased a residential B2L flat in 2006 to invest the profits retained after CT.