I feel like there has to be an easy way to do this.....
Thought i'd put a few thoughts i'm having down in black & white.
I think I know the answer to this question before I ask it, but here goes: A director who is not a shareholder of the company loaned the company a sum of money and under the simple terms of the ag
An audit client has chosen to capitalise Legal and Professional fees in relation to a "potential' move of premises" that could happen "at any point within the next 3-5 years"
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Sorry this is probably obvious but my brain is freezing up.
A client of mine who is a IT consultancy business has excess fund and wants to invest in bonds and shares. He is also contemplating buy to let property
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