Disaggregation: types of disaggregation
Most disaggregation cases fall into one of three types:
- functional (for example, wet sales and catering in a public house)
- geographical (that is, the same activity carried out in different locations. For example, a chain of launderettes)
- temporal (that is, different persons operating at different times).
Examples of temporal disaggregation include
- schemes which rely on the incorporation of a succession of companies each of which trades for a limited period until its turnover nears the registration threshold
- schemes which involve splitting a business between different persons (or combinations thereof), each of whom is alleged to trade on different days of the week or to be responsible for specific activities or ‘lines’.
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