We have a client that operates a final salary pension scheme, the client doesn't have any details regarding the assets and liabilities of the scheme (the scheme is an old local authority scheme tra
We've just ended our first financial year, whilst we didn't do fantastically, my business partner and I paid ourselves enough to live within our means and had a little left over for buffer.
A client of mine is moving to a smaller factory.
He is buying at £415k and selling his existing premises for around £1.2m.
I have a dilemma and need some opinions please.
I have a client who has a computer as a fixed asset.
Working from a dedicated office room but at home.
To all tax planners.
I am in the process of looking at a retiring accountants business, I would appreciate advice from anyone that has done this recently on the following
I would be grateful for any views on a case I intend taking to the FTT.
The client is a farmer for whom we have been making averaging claim for a number of years.
I have a client looking for finance or would consider investors etc.
I currently work for an employer part time and am self employed with my own client base as well with employer blessing.
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