Does anyone know the rules surrounding invoicing clients please?
Just a quick question:
Can anyone advise or explain at what instance an 'Architects fees' can be classified as revenue expense and not capital.
My client is a limited company (ABC Limited) involved with TV production projects for Irish television. The company has one director and shareholder (Mr A).
I am preparing the accounts for a Charitable Company for the period 01/03/2013 to 31/03/2014 (13 month period).
My client runs a restaurant which is failing. Money is running short now and the directors are reaching a point where they can no longer bail the company out.
A quick question to the hive mind. I have client that does lots of business mileage that has recently converted across to our Xero practise accounts.
Company has an employee to whom it pays £20 per month as reimbursement of mobile phone costs incurred.
The mobile phone contract is in the name of the employee.
Client in Construction Industry has spent almost a year on an extension to his PPR. Has anyone any experience of HMRC demanding that he bills himself for his labour.
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