Does anyone know if the averaging of profits for writers and artists can be applied to a freelance, sole trader filmmaker?
I am keen on the Ron Baker school of thought regarding no timesheets, but how do other firms not using timesheets ensure extra work over and above fixed price agreements is captured/identified/bill
The Tax Return software that I use (and others I have used in the past) always ask for the client's Tax District number. I always have to find a statement from HMRC to locate this number.
I recently received notice (out of the blue) from the liquidators that one of my limited company clients was applying for voluntary liquidation.
I act for some speedway riders, both British and those from abroad (EU)
The EU riders are registered with HMRC and will be paying tax in the UK.
I have been in practice for a few years now, I have a number of limited companies, but I have been approached today to provide a quote for an LLP, I know what an LLP is, but have never actually com
I have a company client where the director works for one main customer (he does have other customers but this one takes up > 50% of his time).
I've seen two schools of thought on this in practice. 1. Just an income and expenditure account with a case V computation. 2.
I am preparing consolidated accounts for a medium sized group, The directors have revalued one of the (100% owned) subsidiaries.
If I register my client's scheme as an annual scheme and they opt to pay all employees (ie two directors) in say May each year, what happens if, having made the salary payments in May, they then ch