Where loans are made by a company to another company would s.419 be payable under these 2 scenarios?
We act for a company which has gone into liquidation. We continue to act as agents (ie both before and after appointment of liquidator).
My client is the sole shareholder of a company; it happens to be a Nameco at Lloyd's and there is only one share in issue which is held by him.
We sent a VAT application to HMRC for a company which is going to be a holding company for another entity, but they are not part of a group.
The Tory leader has laid out when the second Budget will be next year and some of what it will contain if a new Conservative government comes to power.
Businesses should not make any assumptions about the VAT flat rates from January. Revised rates may reflect adjustments for some sectors.
HMRC has provided a list of companies which have been approved for corporation tax iXBRL filing. This will be updated regularly as more companies gain approval.
HMRC's new computer system for PAYE and NIC is anticipated to bring huge benefits, but is not fully operational yet.
There is now only one week to go for clients to register under the new disclosure opportunity and benefit from the light touch penalty regime it offers.
Can somebody give any examples of forms to fill in and any related regulations (or example of letter to HMRC with references)?