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Customer sells a hotel which they also lived in so a element of the gain (20%) is reduced by PPR.
Now suppose the hotel is sold for a loss
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In the past A has built up a substantial loan in B. ie A owes B money.
I'm hoping some one can help as soon as possible.
I have a new client that has £120k preference shares in the balance sheet, in addition to the ordinary shares.
I work for a company who work with large housing companies, they have asked us to invoice at least 20% as labour, we charge £300 as labour for every job as standard.
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I have joined a new company as a bookkeeper and i have found following problems and I want to find out if I am worn or right.
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