I have a client who has never submitted tax returns. He is now obliged to file them since 10/11 because he is a director of his own limited company.
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Client (new) has dividend income but has never registered with HMRC and has no UTR. 2011 is the first year that dividends have been received. The income is high enough to trigger a liability (i.e.
I have an issue regarding my tax which I would like some advice on. My issue is as follows:
With Christmas and the New Year out of the way, our thoughts turn to the first milestone of the year, submitting our self assessment returns. When the original paper return forms arrived last Apri
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