Self Assessment

Like a previous post N Wilson with a somewhat humerous respons from Portia Nima Levin the reply made me laugh or perhaps i was not on the receiving end:


As we all know, over the past month, we've been plagued by fake Aweb users registering a new account, posting a fake IT-related question ...


A client has just forwarded their 13/14 self-assessment info to me for review.

The client is a 45% tax payer but I noticed that gross salary was a lot higher than in previous years.


I have self employed client who currently makes a loss each year. He owns a rental property with his wife and is currently in the process of purchasing a further investment property.


Can anyone help with this scenario:

Someone buys a house but for personal reasons does not move in straight away and the property is rented out:


I have a sole trader with a year end date of 31st March who has traded for a number of years.  On the 1st of September he it changed to a partnership.


The byzantine rules surrounding S104 rules are so complex I do not understand how to deal with the following.

Husband has S104 holdings in companies A,B,C. All created 01/01/2014


Where a tenant makes a payment at the end of a lease to make good dilapidations and the landlord uses the payment to make good the dilapidations, he will not be taxed on the receipt of the payment