Imagine 3 companies, an indiviudal owns CoA and CoB directly and CoB owns CoC. During a restructure CoA will own CoB and CoC directly.
We have gained a client who operates a limited company as a consultant.
She is adamant that he is outside IR35 and works on contracts away from home, traditionally in London.
I have read that banks are often more willing to offer a mortgage to the director of a limited company, than for example someone in exactly the same financial situation doing the same business, but
I have a client with a small private limited company currently up and running successfully. It is VAT registered already.
I have a question regarding if a Director can charge a larger rent to his company for use of his residence as office.
I have a client with 2x LTD's and one will be purchasing the other in the near future for say £1m.
No cash will change hands.
Employer thinking of getting rid of fleet and giving car allowance.
Please help if you can.
Good Afternoon All
I have a new client which is a village Sports Club, Limited company (CIC) limited by guarantee. All members £1 each.
My client incorporated in April 2012. Company has been trading since Oct 2012.
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