Just a quick question; I still have some paperwork (own schedules, documents etc) for clients who are no longer with me - is there any reason to hold on to this stuff or should I just shred it?
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One of my new client had submitted his SA tax return 2014 online last year with an error of clicking box that he was entitled to defer payment of class 4 NI.
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