I have just discovered that I made a fundamental error regarding two clients (husband and wife) and which has been compounded for he past twenty years. Some advice, please without the need to poin
A film fraudster has been jailed for three years and eight months after cheating the public revenue of £1.6m in VAT.
As a small sole practitioner ( < 150 clients ) - I was getting a little frustrated by having my accounts and tax software desktop based... and with several different providers.
The High Court has dismissed an attempt to challenge retrospective legislation in the 2013 Finance Bill targeting stamp duty land tax (SDLT) avoidance.
A wealthy client of ours has a Ltd company that has made trading losses over the last 10 years adding up to around £1m in trading losses.
Company A wholly owned by husband wife gave loan to company B which is also wholly owned same couple. Company B is now dissolved. They want me write off this loan.
Can I claim for my subsctiption to the FT, can I claim for the money I pay each month to Linked In and to Prezi?
I've been thumbing through an old companies accounts and am trying to wrap my head around my accountant's calculations for fixed asset depreciation.
My client has the opportunity to purchase an old office building and they intend to convert to flats.