My question is pretty much as it says in the title. Most businesses such as pubs, restaurants and shops produce a daily Z reading from their till. But is this a legal requirement?
I am slightly nervous as I cannot find one firm answer to my query.
It is about transferring all the savings from abroad to UK (UK resident and domiciled).
I have a client who is a sole director of a limited company.
I am interested in people's view on the tax implications of extending a week's business trip abroad by a further 2 weeks to include a personal holiday.
I run a relatively small practice which deals tax return compliance, simple accounts preparation, company accounts preparation for a handful of clients and specialist tax consultancy advice.
I was on the phone to Charles Stanley in connection with a trust's portfolio. In passing CS mentioned that they wanted one of the trustees to provide a copy of their current passport because the p
Does anyone know if the Cycle to Work Scheme is still running? If so, can a one-man limited company make use of it without going down the salary sacrifice route?
I set up a limited company 2 months ago and started trading straight away (one man band Ltd Co). Prior to this I had no employment and did not claim any benefits (Job seekers allow).
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