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I am beginning to think about April 2015, as that year I will have a third client on autoenrolment.
I've just been going round in circles on the HMRC website.
I have a form CT41G (Clubs) to send in. Does anyone know where I should send it ?
So long now I've seen SEment as a trap. In that if it ends some crucial benefits are no longer within the reach of the person.
I'm looking for some help with a consolidation and some feedback in general as I don't have strong consolidation experience. The high level details are as follows:
A UK VAT registered client has supplied services to businesses in various EU countries. They have put the legend "Reverse Charge" on the face of the invoices and have zero-rated them.
I have just incorporated my own limited company of which I am the sole director and shareholder and intend to commence work under that company starting from next week.
I'm currently reviewing my company's benefit in kind arrangements, and there are two areas I've not been able to find information on:
HP has said it intends to sue Deloitte over its role in auditing former UK subsidiary Autonomy.
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