Ladies and gentlemen, 

I`ve been trying for the past few weeks to get myself informed about the effects of the Onshore Employment Intermediaries Act. See here:


I'm in the process of setting up a new business to earn a 2nd income. My main employment is PAYE and my salary is £25,500. My new business will probably turnover approx £10k p/a.


Having opened many personal business bank accounts over the past 45 years, I have suddenly been confronted by what seems to be ridiculous barriers.

I would like to know :


A client obtained employment and put trading through her Ltd company on hold. She intends to resume this when her employment contract ends. Not clear when this will happen.


I've a client runs an educational establishment and isn't VAT registered because supplies are exempt from VAT.


A client has just been fleeced by the director/owner of a company going into liquidation.


I am fighting with HMRC regarding my 2010 books. This was the worst year of my life !! Business was bad, it was touch & go in 2010 weather to continue or cease trading.


When it comes to the tax implications of BIK in a SME, is there a threshold as to what should be declared and what is not?


We have been rolling out EOQ calculations to manage our manufacturing stores. Fairly traditional set up in turns of metal parts come in and machinery goes out.


Hello, I would be very grateful if someone would give me the answer I'm after here.