This morning's post saw yet another batch of letters from HMRC and Companies House addressed to us (as Registered Office) for ex clients we haven't heard from in years.
It’s partnership time within the accountancy profession, with major announcements in the past week about new appointments at Chantrey Vellacott and Seymour Taylor, and a change at the top for P
Deloitte and its former corporate finance partner Maghsoud Einollahi failed in their attempt to halt disciplinary proceedings over their conduct at during the failure of car manufacturer MG Rov
Following my earlier thread about the pros and cons of Sage50 vs QB I decided to move to QB. However I then discovered QB doesn't have a transaction import facility.
This is the third article in a series and outlines what you can do during a networking event so as to build on your preparatory work and to make it easier to relax and talk to people, explains
In one of its final acts, the Urgent Issues Taskforce (UITF) issued new guidance on financial reporting for residential management companies.
I am doing ATT and am confused as to which optional paper to take. Corporation tax or PAYE and business compliance or VAT. Any advice would be appreciated.
if we send in a 64-8 does that automatically add the client to our online profile? - mostly interested for self assessment and VAT
i got conflicting answers from HMRC on this one
I'm in the process of preparing first year accounts for a external stakeholder, I need to prepare accounts for individual companies as well as consolidated financial statements.
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