How about this for HMRC bureaucracy? AKA how to ensure the balance of payments surplus is maximised.
As self assessment draws to a close for another few months, AccountingWEB has been reflecting on various areas that may have caused pain-points for practitioners.
Client formed a limited company but did not set up PAYE. She is the only person that works in the business. She has processed 'wages' through the Ltd Co accounts as apyments to herself as a self-
Agents and taxpayers can no longer pay cash or cheques of more than £10,000 via the Post Office, after Santander brought in a new temporary measure.
The pressure is on with just five days left until self assessment deadline. Here are some news headlines to start the day.
Aspire replacement havoc on the way
Some accountants have expressed outrage at recently learning they cannot pay some self assessment bills at a Post Office.
I have a client for whom SA1 has been submitted (3 days ago) but we have not yet received a UTR and I think are unlikely to before 31 January.
It's very important at this time of year for accountants to look after their physical and mental wellbeing. Rachael Power offers some helpful advice.
- How do we get a SA302? 44,352 7
- No UTR? A guide to your options 28,158 11
- Declaring dividends in self assessment tax returns 27,066 10
- The AccountingWEB.co.uk guide to Self Assessment 16,277 8
- New postal addresses for HMRC 13,832 3