HMRC got on to my client that he was trading, as a tribute musical act and not submitting any returns. We have had three or four long letters , questionnaires, requests.
I have a client - a Limited company - that represents subscribing members as a form of "quality standard". It will in future issue "kitemarks" to show that members are following a quality scheme.
I would be most grateful for any opinions and thoughts regarding the following situation:
I frequently come across situations where a charity has trading income. Such income can have VAT implications.
Clothing retailer SuperGroup, the owner of the Superdry brand, said “arithmetic errors” in its forecasting led to a £2.5m shortfall in its wholesale business.
.........take around £150k cash assets as a capital distribution, under ESC C16.
A potential new small business client has asked us if they can use our office address as their trading address. We haven’t been asked this before. Can you see any issues with this?
we have a company that has not traded throughout the year and has only received a vat repayment from a previous year, can this company file dormant accounts?