we act for one half of a CP couple. they entered the CP in july 2009 and each had their own home and continued to do so until quite recently.
I'm sorry this is probably said elsewhere but I just wanted to check this, again.
Please could anyone out there who is an expert on investment properties answer this (probably simple to you) question?
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I have company credit card, are all transactions for Company business entered at "C" (Vouchers and credit cards)
Also own expenses re-imbursed are these entered at "N"
I run a small practice with the usual antivirus software and backup but am concerned if that is enough legally.
Client has just emailed stating he was visited at home by HMRC field enforcement officer - doesn't say when. She is demanding £2769.30 for M6 last year.
In addition to my day job, I have some income from self employment. I am registered as a sole trader for this self employment.
Despite living in quite a large rural area, I try to stay away from industry sectors involving livestock and specialist accounting requirements (farming for example).
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