I have a large discretionary trust client with significant income each year. The tax pool has been accumulating for many years and currently stands at over £800,000. The trust is for the benefit
Before I used Xero and Clear Books, I used to get clients to send me a CSV bank download, to which I would add columns for such things as Account, VAT and Description, and which I would then return
Friday afternoon accounts!
I’d be grateful if any members in practice here could offer an opinion on these accounts. The download link is genuine.
Can anyone advise whether or not it is necessary for a pension scheme to be set-up in the following scenario -
I'm looking to get a new computer and want to have the 'fastest' for a budget of £2.5k+vat (I know that is generous, but it's our tool of the trade and if it makes my life a lot easier over a few y
Client company wants to transfer 50% shares to a Director, either by way of transfer or issuing new shares.
Existing retained profits of c£30k
A new client of mine is profoundly deaf. When face to face with someone she can lip read, and she can speak well enough to make herself understood.
I believe that I may have missed the boat concerning the changes in amortisation of goodwill on incorporation.
There are 2 companies:
Client pays VAT on rent to landlord.
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