I have been asked to calculate the corporation tax liability & complete a CT600 for a company that is in creditors voluntary liquidation.
I have two clients, husband and wife, who have two,houses that they rent out, and I have done the tax returns, splitting the profits etc, 50/50.
Hi, my higher rate tax payer client wants to rent (under licence) their two personal buy to let properties to their Newco Ltd Company for essentially what they class as a guaranteed (but below mark
I have a mainly advisory practice but still do some tax compliance , usually stuff that my referring accountants don't want to do .
Who can sign the declaration to approve submission of the End of year return for PAYE? Does this have to be a director or can it be a responsible officer?
It's great that my weekly articles on AccountingWeb generally seem to be so popular. I've covered a range of topics over the years and never seem to struggle for inspiration.
In an established small trading company is there a tax efficient way for the parents/shareholders to extract funds from the company before passing the shares to the children?
My client is purchasing a commercial property for £600,000 and included is £100,000 of integral fixtures and fittings.
Will they have to pay SDLT on the £600,000 or just the £500,000?
I run my business from home and last year apportioned 25% of the rent and mortgage interest from the business as a charge from myself. So I created a contract between the two.
A contractor client of mine has been offered a tax avoidance solution from an outfit called Darwin. Essentially the contract is routed through them, the individual is paid NMW and then the remaind
- Movers and shakers: Druckman becomes Access chairman 234,921 1
- ICAS fines Surrey accountant £60,000 223,097 4
- AccountingWEB quizzes Michael Izza 148,551 1
- Companies Limited by Guarantee: get the details right 54,562 38
- How to get your first clients 51,048 30