I have recently taken on a one man band and wife Ltd Co, with the husband as Director and the wife as Company Secretary (still awaiting files from previous accountant).
We have just received a 'reminder' about filing a P35 for a company which is in the process of being struck off (although obviously we are now past the 19 May deadline).
Having trawled through the Aweb archives looking for checklists recently, I found one recommendation for 2020 Tax check lists. This comes on a cd and is priced at £380 odd plus VAT.
I am a member of the committee for a local village cricket club.
Self employed client has not completed his tax or VAT returns for about 5 years.
Income is below the tax PA for those years.
Turnover is way below the VAT de-registration level.
The last tax year I earnt £7892.80. I was taxed £456.
Is there a possiblity that I can claim any tax back for that period.
Per the manuals (CA23153) on HMRC website to qualify for 100% FYA on low emission cars the car must be new and that:
I have a client who, having been non-resident for a number of years has now become UK resident again due to the number of days spent here, whilst being employed in the US.
Single director shareholder has company car which is used 100% for business but kept near home. Always uses girlfriend's car for personal journeys. Contract prohibits personal use of company car.
It has been suggested to us over the phone by an officer in 'Local Compliance Bootle' that HMRC may be limiting the extent to which it will suspend penalties, although we have yet to receive writte