If a client makes gift aid payments from a joint account can the payments be split in a ratio of their choosing or has it got to be 50/50.
My client was born in Brazil of Brazilian parents but studied and has worked in Holland for several years and is a naturalised Dutch citizen and has a Dutch fiancee. In 2013/14 he was resident in
I use QuickBooks online, which is has a detailed report of unbilled time charges. However, it doesn't have a report showing a summary of unbilled time charges by client.
I would welcome some confirmation on the following: A trust was set up more than 30 years ago by Settlor (S) for Beneficiary 1 (B1) and then Beneficiary 2 (B2) "in succession". Then after the dea
I have a client which is a LLP and in the previous tax year they made a loss which was allocated across the various tax partners.
Does anyone have a good resource showing the all-in cost of hiring staff across Europe, particularly the "big" countries like Germany, France, Italy etc?
The liquidators of collapsed Gibraltar based law firm Marrache & Co have filed a claim to sue Baker Tilly Gibraltar for £28m.
Not a question, but for the first time in ages some praise for HMRC. CIS return submitted, but with payment to wrong subby (my fault entirely).
New client who is a sole trader on flat rate vat scheme so I understand that other income will be included in the turnover for vat.
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