I took over client recently who was working under CIS in 2014. That was simple to deal with. However they wont release his refund as his 2013 is outstanding.
Is there a significant difference between using a paper 64-8 and going into the agent online services to authorise a new client.
Well according to HMRC website:
I understand that non accountants don't understand accounting/taxation or really what our jobs entail, and that's fine ! If they did, we'd be out of a job.
Just looking for any advice, tips or pointers in the right direction re tax implications of so-called "motivational" gifts both received & paid.
I've got a new client who has rental income over the last few years (5 years) which is undeclared. If it were declared, they would still be under the tax threshold, so no tax payable.
I am pretty active in claiming capital allowances for our clients property portfolios.
Can anyone confirm that my understanding of the following is correct.
What are our obligations when a person comes to us:
- Tax tables 2013-14 71,549 12
- IR35 business entity tests published 34,369 59
- Optimum company salary & divi 2014/15 25,241 48
- Working from home tax checklist 24,706 13
- Fair mileage rate for people with a car allowance? 21,543 7