To settle a debate in the office:
I have just picked up a new client who has had difficulties with the previous accountant not filing things in a timely manner to say the least and suffering penalties etc.
Have you ever really wished you could do something, but felt you or others in your firm were holding you back?
I have a client who has started a new business and has spent £4k on a website.
How much would you charge for due diligence for a share acquisition? The main concerns of the buyer are the property worth £3.5m and any liabilities. I'd be grateful.
I thought I'd covered everything in FRS VAT then this turned up.
Me and my wife are running a limited company (A) which provides it services to our clients.
Now my wife wants to pursue baking by forming a limited company (B).
More than half of UK accountants consider men and women to have equal opportunities in the workplace, according to a survey by CareersinAudit.com.
I have a hypothetical question, which I have been unable to find the answer to anywhere.
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