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Normal PAYE employees already pay employee NI and holiday pay is part of their salary. HMRC's whole excuse for this IR35 charade was meant to be to make tax "fairer" so I was highlighting the bits an inside IR35 contractor pays over and above a normal PAYE employee which is effectively the Employers NI and the AL, 14.3% more tax than a permie.

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