With the change of Tribunal rules a few years ago, the automatic right to costs in the event of a successful Appeal was abolished.
I am at the start up phase of a business and still have a lot of research and development work to do.
I am developing a website.
My client is a UK sole trader operating 4 guest food inclusive barge cruises aboard a UK registered narrowboat on the canals in France, Turnover is circa £150,000.
I have an offer from a family member who is willing to be an unpaid director.
Do I have to pay them something? eg; minimum wage at least which is £6.31 or a lump sum.
I am at the early stages and considering forming a personal investment company, depositing up to £50,000 as a loan to it so it can invest in other companies and (upon their sucess) receive dividend
Wondered if anyone has any knowledge on Australian tax?
I'm fairly sure I know that answer to this but can't find anything absolutely definitive so would appreciate some clarification from the brains trust:
Conservative MPs have blamed a "Dickensian" tax system for low CT receipts, as HMRC figures show that Revenue income from CT enquiries into 'big business' has fallen to its lowest for six years
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- Budget 2010: At-a-glance guide 18,869 9
- Accountants' IR35 knowledge ‘worryingly vague’ 12,145 15
- HMRC launches VAT amnesty campaign 12,116 6
- Monthly dividend payments to director - sole shareholder 12,095 6
- Marginal Rate of Tax 11,096 5