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Self employed or Employee?

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Self employed or Employee?

Postby AngryVATman » Wed Feb 19, 2020 2:53 pm

A sole trader chiropodist client is ill and has asked another professional to tend to his patients for 6 months. Under the agreement, the individual will spend a couple of days a week at my client's place of work and remit 50% of total takings to my client to cover overheads (rent, supplies etc).

Does this sound on the face of it like and employment or self-employed arrangement?

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