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I would like to have some of my customers pay their bill by Direct Debit.
However, I think I am too small for my bank. Something to do with the guarantees, which is fair enough.
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I used to work for an India company that we managed to send almost all the book-keeping, accounting, payroll, reporting and some of the tax work to India.
Does anyone know the actual definition of an Ultimate Controlling Party, have checked and ran a search in FRS 8 and doesn't appear to be defined in the standard.
I have a client who sells mainly on the internet, but also invoice trade/wholesale customers.They are looking for an online bookkeeping system which has good stock control features/reporting, will
As the title says really, has anyone seen HMRC's confirmed RTI penalty details from April 2014 yet?
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