I have a client with a car on which we claim capital allowances based on 40% business use. We also claim 40% of the running costs, etc.
Big Firm PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal has won the right to pursue a claim against the Treasury for up to £500m worth of Stamp Duty it alleges was unlawfully levied on listed companies.
Fisherman client has bought a boat. He is going to fish and run Fishing Trips for anglers.
An engineer has been asked by a European manufacturer to act as their agent in the UK to develop sales, take orders and relay those orders to HQ.
The owner of the private limited company that I work for has recently started up a new venture.
The Department of Work and Pensions this week set out plans for a new Universal Credit system to replace the basket of benefits and credits currently in operation.
I wonder whether the chinese vase, sold for £43m, was valued for probate before or after it was sold.
One of my sole director clients has made a big name for himself since starting his company in 2005, designing and licensing trading software to the major players in the energy industry.
Client used to trade as a partnership, incorporated in 2004 and is now trading once more as a partnership.
A limited company pays for directors indemnity insurance. The director is also a shareholder.
Is it a tax deductible expense for the company or is it taxable benefit for the director .