Just a quick one but having one of those doubting moments. Imagine Mr A has made a £68k pension contribution during the year but due to unused annual allowance has £4,000 liable to a charge.
My father along with other trustees owns land. He has 15% ownership.
The property includes;
1). land in prime residential area ,
2). 2 acres are car park and buildings ,
Dear All, I received a query from one of my client for which I do not have any answer, following is the question and scenario. He now works outside the uk permanently whilst still being employed by
Can a company raise finance using SEIS by issuing shares at a different values e.g. £1 per share for some shares and 1p for other shares to different investors?
Client inherited a share of her parents' house on death of his father. Mother continues to live there and still owns 1/2 of the house.
In March 2013 we submitted an amended Partnership Tax Return for 2012 having originally submitted a paper Return in early October 2012.
My firm is trying to establish a capital loss with HMRC in respect of a farmer who over the years incurred expenditure on improving a farmhouse he occupied under an AHA 1986 tenancy.
I'm far more used to company tax these days than partnership tax, hence this question.