I am a shareholder in a private limited company; myself and two others each own one third of the issued share capital
I got a call today about this person who is registered self employed but his total trading income for 2013/14 (first year of trading) was only £300 and wants me to file his tax return.
previous accounts show divis proposed, and double entry appears to be debit dividend proposed - credit directors loan (to bring back in to credit).
Can anyone advise the easiest way to register a clients PAYE scheme as an annual scheme with HMRC. There doesn't appear to be anyway to do this online or when first registering the scheme.
clients level of other income requires VAT returns to be completed - are accountancy fees allowable as deduction on tax return?
Appreciate if any can advice as how to deal with below situation.
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Non-UK resident (poss will continue as non-dom on arrival but will NOT use remittance basis unless they can squeeze under the 2k limit unlikely!).
I had a contact recently from someone who has had a demand letter from the HMRC for stamp duty he didn't pay after using a SDLT avoidance scheme.....4 years ago!
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