TaxPersonal TaxIR35 debate: Security was too much

IR35 debate: Security was too much

'Security officers' at the ICAEW joint meeting of the LSCA and the tax faculty on Monday 2 October was intimidating to say the least.

Security officers called for IR35 debate

)It was a similar experience to being outside a night-club with a load of drunks on a Saturday night.

I for one, who would regularly ask questions, was nervous of asking any probing questions of the attendees from the Inland Revenue.

Was that the reasoning behind the action taken by the powers that be.

Ann Tilman FCA
Colchester

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