Under section 261 of ITEPA 2003 sporting and recreational facilities provided to employees are tax free provided certain conditions apply (eg no public access, not on domestic premises, etc).
Normally, of course, clothes are not tax deductible for either employees or sole traders (unless they are protective like hard hats, safety boots, etc) but in this case a sole trader client in the
Why is there no pro Bono Accounting help anywhere in the UK?
I suspect that the accountancy and tax profession will look back on June 2012 with mixed feelings, says Rebecca Benneyworth MBE.
Booklet 480 states on page 7:
"Expenses payments include:
You have a client who requests work to be done for a fixed price, the work is almost completed or completed by the end of the month but hasn't yet been invoiced to the client, The P&L is Credit
Politicians have fed the avoidance mentality by offering a lower tax burden ‘if you vote for us.’ In contrast, social responsibility means we are all willing to pay our share, so as to provide publ
The P9D states:
I'm considering purchasing 2020's Tax Tips and Tools but before I do I'd be interested in comments from others who have purchased it and what they thought of it.
- Budget 2010: At-a-glance guide 19,158 9
- Monthly dividend payments to director - sole shareholder 15,321 6
- Marginal Rate of Tax 13,640 5
- ACCA newly qualified but its not enough... 13,364 20
- Accountants' IR35 knowledge ‘worryingly vague’ 12,795 15