Thousands of small charities in England and Wales will no longer be required to get an annual audit after an income threshold increase.
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I have a client who sold his property recently. However in the past he had not submitted any tax returns or property rental accounts relating to this property.
I took over client recently who was working under CIS in 2014. That was simple to deal with. However they wont release his refund as his 2013 is outstanding.
I understand that non accountants don't understand accounting/taxation or really what our jobs entail, and that's fine ! If they did, we'd be out of a job.
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I have been approached by a trustee of a small local charity who has asked me if I will perform an ‘audit’ of the charity accounts.
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