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What are the tax implications of being a salaried partner?

I have been offered a "Salaried Partnership". Does this mean that I have to become self employed or do I still take a salary and remain on the PAYE scheme in the normal way?

Practice manager, Yorkshire

Bob Senior, Tenon Group Bob Senior, Tenon Group

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