I am no longer consulting through my own limited company, so my company is no longer earning fees. Therefore, to save a bit of cash I've decided to submit my own annual accounts. I've done the tr
I have just spent the morning using the Sage assisted tagging software in order that we can file the accounts with the CT600.
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.
- Budget 2010: At-a-glance guide 18,989 9
- Monthly dividend payments to director - sole shareholder 13,267 6
- Accountants' IR35 knowledge ‘worryingly vague’ 12,418 15
- HMRC launches VAT amnesty campaign 12,319 6
- Marginal Rate of Tax 11,904 5