A Bristol accountant has been jailed for 18 months for getting people to sell non-existent shopping discount vouchers on eBay.
The title says it all, do you think a unicycle will qualify as a (bi)cycle on the cycle to work scheme, please?
One of our clients has been hit with a 15% surcharge even though they claim to have paid the money to HMRC directly on the 7th.
I always presumed that they cannot but I've now checked the website and it seems they may be able to - I'm just seeking confirmation
I was looking today and talking about networks of accountants -where they link up formally, or in formally, with other firms in other countries
Kind property tax interested community, I'd welcome your thoughts.
I'm registering my first CIS client in the next few days, I'm ok with the general principles, I'm just a little unclear on registering the scheme.
On the HMRC guidance they state:
We have a client who supplies B2B services in the EU. Our client has never submitted an EC sales list report since the change in rules on Jan-2010.
How does one go about reporting a director(s) who are serially setting up limited companies with the sole intention of not paying creditors?
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