If a person hires out cars to accidents -- as a courtesy car would the cars he buys be treated as cost of sales?
Would appreciate some help with this issue, please.
Parent company 'P Ltd' has acquired 100% of subsidiary 'S Ltd' during the year ended Dec 2013.
I am going to give you all the facts before I ask the question..
My husband works for a haulage company (XYZ) as a permanent employee.
I transferred one of my client's partnership business into a company in 2013 and now i am in the process of finalising company' first annual accounts.
I don’t expect many will be able to answer this, but if people can contribute any input to any sub-problem, I will be happy.
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