Client has registered for vat in error. They anticipated their turnover would be £40k pa – no need to register for VAT.
I have just filed tax returns for six years for a client. The Revenue are not accepting the last two as they are time barred. The client would have been due a refund for each year.
Informal enquiry from the IR into a client specifying omitted rent income and possible capital gains. I have ascertained that the income was received in the period 2000 to 2005.
I received a circular by accident from another firm after registering a new ltd co for a client....they mention clients needing advice on the "new "dividend" tax on companies".
I have a client that was self employed but incorporated with previous advisor but given no advice. For the tax year 2009/2010 she was paying Class 2 but also took a salary of £5,715.
A client is considering buying a Nissan Pathfinder (see link below), which i believe is a car for tax purposes although it is one of these borderline vehicles which i cannot decide whether it meets
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Husband and wife jointly own a buy to let property. Husband is higher rate tax payer and wife is basic rate tax payer. Husband would like to gift his 50% share of the property to wife. There is
I have recently taken on a self-employed client who went bankrupt last year. Her main creditor was HMRC for VAT and it looks as if they will accept 22% by way of settlement. I have two questions.
Are there guides / checklists sold anywhere that help with transactions that happen occasionally, such as the transfer of a business to a limited company?