Has anyone had any dealings with HMRC on the subject of whether a contribution by an employer to an employee towards the cost of a Park and Ride Service is a taxable benefit?
When preparing FRSSE accounts, I always have put unpaid share capital in with current assets, as debtors due within one year.
John Lewis refused cover as I work from home and have the occasional client in the house.
Who do you use and do you declare that you work from home?
I have advised an incorporated client ceases to use their Ltd Co and operates as a sole trader simply as his profits are currently only about £15k and are unlikely to ever increase.
I filed a client's return on line 3.00 pm 27/11/14 showing a repayment due of £2250. It arrived in the client's bank a/c 04/12/14. Has HMRC changed it's ways or just going mad ??
We now, like most, file virtually all accounts electronically through software (in our case Iris).
Let me explain... client has quite a large house. During the summer months they divide the house up and let out 1/2 to visitors (quliafies under FHL) and live in the other 1/2.
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