So doctors with over generous NHS contracts being paid large sums for minimal work (My GP practice all doctors work part time and never, never after hours/weekends) want to charge for a visit.
I have just returned from overseas, having been non-resident for a couple of years. I continue to be paid by the overseas employer into my bank in that country.
Hi - Hopefully someone can come up with the answer on this for me. I have asked to be treasurer of a small local business networking group. Each member of the group pays £10 per meeting and the r
I have just taken on a client and his accounts are a total shambles.
HMRC doesn’t regard lottery winnings as income, so all prizes are tax free, hooray!
This is another one that is really surprisingly frequent; indeed we were asked it only last week (w/e 22 June) so no scoffing there please people.
thanks for looking at my query and hope you folks in the know can assist.
I am not asking an existentialist question but perhaps a philosophical one!
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