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 I have a prospective client who has inherited a pension from an ex-late husband in 2009 (he was 64 when he died), which was a defined benefit pension.


Am I missing something?

sole trader in business for many years

trading losses brought forward say £6000

profits current year 2014/15 say £4000


Having had a Repayment Claim rejected for being outside the 4 year time limit (new client) I was heartened by the Higgs Decision and wrote back to HMRC.


I'm currently involved in a clients tax inspection which feels like it's been going on forever. We had a meeting with the HMRC officers a couple of weeks ago, which solved very little.


We act for a client in VAT matters in order to file online returns for them. 64-8 has been lodged and HMRC confirm receipt on 28th May 2015.


My client has spent the last winter converting his B&B into self contained holiday flats.


Good-day everyone.


My client has just referred a business owner with a registered company to me. He need a loan from his bank and want me to do 1 year forecast of his business.


We have an estate worth aprox £750,000 from deceased mother and father. We have two x nil rate bands and therefore IHT is only aprox £40,000.


If you are providing childcare services operated from your own home is it exempt for zero rated for VAT?


This is the underlying aim set out in the latest discussion document on the