A few queries i have and am looking for confirmation on the reporting issues of the following on employees P11D's:
In general law as applying to cases in the United Kingdom the onus of proof is always on the prosecution. In a tax Tribunal case where does the burden of proof lie? For example, ITEPA 2003, s11
Those needing help handling their tax affairs could find it restricted thanks to HMRC cutbacks, warned the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG).
An employer wishes to provide other childcare (but possibly vouchers instead) to one employee only; the sole manager within the firm.
We have a number of open HMRC enquiries for 2005/06.
I don't specialise in tax so wanted to ask advice on behalf of a friend who has recently set up as a sole trader in the business of buying and selling computer equipment and software via the intern
I own a flat in London that was my primary residence until 2008. My wife and I then moved to Birmingham and this became our primary residence.
My client (ltd company) are selling goodwill only - their purchaser will walk away rather than buy the company's shares. Company has no other assets.
The Office for Budget Responsibility, the new independent watchdog for the UK's public finances, has slashed official growth forecasts for next year, teeing up an even tougher emergency budget
Client is expanding and wishes to open an extra company rather than a branch. Directors currently take low salaries and make up the rest in divis. If ownership of the trading companies transfers