I have a client who was given a gift for a deposit to purchase a property for £115k with no intention to pay back/ pay any interest etc.
I am happy to try anything once and so I have arranged a meeting with a telesales marketing company.
My client carries out interim assignments trading via a Ltd Co, each perhaps 6-12 weeks with a few smaller ones on the side. He wants his daughter to be an employee doing the admin, with the paysl
I have a client, a single-director limited company. He has invested some company funds in gold and silver held as assets. Most of it is in the form of coins.
Just wondering when the Accounts menu item sneaked in?
I think I half noticed it previously without bothering to check it out.
Is now the time to retire rather than having to deal with such tribulations?
An IT client has incurred costs in developing a unique IT solution on which R&D will be claimed.
A corporate client of mine owns a building in Central London comprising of a ground floor shop and 4 residential self contained flats on top and all commercially let.
A new automated accounts review and checking tool for accountants in practice called Checkmybooks is officially launching on 1 May.
I am currently working on an elderly clients tax return, who is a carer for an adult.
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