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I have a client who has rented out a room in his house. He has to choose between the rent a room scheme and "normal" property rental accounts. In calculating what his profit would be under the no
I have an LLP law firm client (2 partners) who wish to promote a member of staff.
I have a new client who has never filed a tax return. He is non-dom, UK resident. He is employed and pays tax under PAYE.
I am a 40% tax payer (employed) and have a buy to let property. I have no wife or partner on hand to utilise any other lower tax bracket.
We have a investment company client with two shareholders, 50/50 shares.
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Some years ago when I was involved with company re-organisations it was usual to obtain clearance from HMRC prior to forming a holding company to create a group of two or more companies.
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