Tax

 My client bought a house in 2004 using a regular mortgage for half the cost of the property and his mother took a remortgage on her own house and loaned him over £100,000 to cover the other half.

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I act for a Ltd company with one director/shareholder.  The company has gross payment status for work it does within CIS.  The director's personal tax return entries for 2009/10 meant that for 2010

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I have a new client who lives in a care home. Her financial affairs are looked after by her niece and I have prepared the tax return for 2010/11.

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If a Director shareholder decides to give 25% of his 100% shareholding in his unquoted trading company to a key employee in order to retain him, I understand that employment related securities rend

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Doing first year accounts for new client - hardresser.  Gut feeling is that direct costs are too high.  Looked for BEN on HMRC site - apparently now defunct and available in the National Archive! 

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HMRC has apologised to taxpayers for failing to deliver half yearly statements of account in time to advise them of the sums due for their 31 July payments.

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I have been with a client this morning whose effects consisted solely of taxis.

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Our client rented a property from his mother at market rent, for his business. The mother died during 2010/11 and left her estate, including the property, to our client and his brother equally.

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P11ds prepared and submitted for 2 directors.  small amount of business travel only.  Can I just put this on there SA returns in the benefits and expenses boxes or do I need to submit a S336 claim

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What should be done - the 06-11 VAT Return was in error completed on line using Co.1 qtrly figures which were a refund.  Should have been Co.2 details which are approx £60k VAT to pay - how does cl

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