An engineer working on a contract basis for Airbus UK won his appeal against HMRC’s determination that he should be taxed as an employee under IR35 rules rather than as self-employed.
Im just embarking on the creation of a website for my tax advisory business.
After a very lengthy client CT enquiry the final hurdle relates to capital allowances claimed on a very expensive car which HMRC are stating has been used for entertaining.
I've recently taken over the payroll of a small company and as yet have no payroll software so I am having to complete P11 Deduction cards manually.
I've had to take over the payroll of a small company but I don't yet have any software so am completing the P11 Deduction sheets manually.
I've got a new client (one of those lastminute.com people) who's not registered for HMRC online services to file online self assessment and has no agent authorisation done yet.
So, does anyone agree that emergency lighting still qualifies for general pool capital allowances? Or does it now fall as part of an electrical system (integral features rules)?
Client purchases property in Australia in 2002 for AU$700,000 when the exchange rate is AU$2.7/£1.
I was asked this question this morning and it got me thinking....
A trading subsidiary of a charity pays gift aid to the parent charity to reduce the trading company's taxable profit to NIL.