This question has been asked before in different formats but here we go again.
We have recently started acting on behalf of a client who had been submitting his own tax returns.
Company gets an insurance payout for loss of gross profit which covers a period of 12 months from date of loss.
Company suffered large loss of stock, machinery due to major fire but received an insurance payout for;
Our client told us that he had underclaimed his expenses for hire of equipment going back to 2009.
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