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so when my friend, who's finnish, first came to the UK a couple years ago, she worked as a contractor under an umbrella company.


Client is a self-employed private hire driver (slightly less than a taxi), owner driver, bought a Mercedes for 28k, 158G/KM, expected to use 5 years.


From time to time a personal tax return is prepared and it is apparent that further returns will not be required so we tell the client we will attempt to get them removed from self assessment.


I want to prepare my own company's ct return on Taxfiler, but the HMRC login for my own company is of course different from my agent login.


There’s a famous story – now fading from popular memory – about Strand, a brand of cigarettes in the sixties. Strand came out with a strap-line: “you’re never alone with a Strand”.


The early internet was sometimes likened to the pioneering Wild West – open for the courageous to make good profits, and beyond the reaches of the law.


It’s been a while since I blogged and it makes be realise how fast time goes. Days become weeks and weeks become months.

Company A holds Company B at 100 value.  Company B reduces its share capital by 99 and pays out 99 as a distribution to Company A.  I understand that at this point, Company A will need to write dow


I had always thought that a trustee must not waive a company dividend.


The Treasury has asked eight great questions which go to the heart