New Client decided to leave after six months as he wants someone more accessible face to face as his English isn't very good
My client exceeded the £230k before his registration anniversary on September 1, and I have only just noticed whilst preparing the 12/14 return.
I have never come across this one before.
One of my Self Assessment clients got sucked into the now defunct Banners Internet Marketing ponzi scheme.
We have a client which is not vat registered and is a charity.
I can't find anything on the new gov website and so would like to call them but I can't find a list of phone numbers on their website either.
Does anyone know how - or if it is even possible - to get a refund now of CIS tax suffered to date in 2014/15 which could be offset against a 2013/14 balancing payment due?
I am wondering if anyone could share any thoughts on any legislation to seek guidance on direct debit processing,missed payments,reasonable charges allowed?
I am in the process of completing a tax return for a driver in the private hire (minicab) industry.
In the past business has used bookkeeper's address for payroll, as he lived around the corner from the business.
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