Hi, Unusual query, if anyone can offer any advice and opinions on please.
Another 'man down the pub' variant.
Company over £80000 VAT threshold and likely to increase.
They charge for their services including teaching.
Should they register for VAT, or are they exempt?
I would appreciate some feed-back on the scenario below, which I have kept brief and to the point
Client and his spouse own two companies, A Ltd & B Ltd.
We have recently acquired a limited company client which derives its main income from letting properties belonging to shareholders, who are higher rate tax payers.
I have a client who has just received a grant of £1,500 for having an apprentice within their employment. I am trying to understand if the grant income is taxable or not.
That the new twelve-sided pound coin is probably worth about the same as the old threepenny bit was in its day?
I have just acquired a limited company client that purchased a second hand commercial property in their accounts year ended 30 November 2013.
Several of my clients are pub businesses with weekly payrolls - paid cash on a Sunday evening for the week just finished. I have been filing RTIs each Monday which is not RTI compliant, but we hav
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