I have to remove a building from a new client's accounts as it is not a company asset (checked with land registry over ownership and with prev a/c). It has been depreciated and there since (a slop
I have a question regarding whether a client should resubmit or simply restate their accounts. Please bear with me as it’s a long narrative.
I have recently taken on a small car repair garage as a client. It is a Ltd company run by husband and wife directors It had been a partnership and incorporated a few years ago.
I've just taken on a client who has recently split from a partnership.
Received the following set of financials from our credit insurers, but to me these look incorrect. Can people have a look please?
The Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has described government estimates showing £10.9bn written off in unpaid tax
Prospect with £3 million turnover is looking at Clearbooks as an alternative to Sage.
Accounts submitted to HMRC.Filed OK with coys hse.
My guesthouse client hates spreadsheets, and would prefer the straight jacket of a computerised accounting system. My preference is for something in the Cloud.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair channelled millions of pounds through a network of companies and paid just a fraction in tax, according to recently published official accounts.