UK practitioners have been caught on the hop by clients who are demanding advisory and technology services that their accountants are currently failing to provide, according to new research from In
I just realised the home use expenses entered in the accounts for the ltd company has been overestimated by about £1,500. turnover in the year was 90K and tax payable of around 1,300.
UK Client furnishes properties at a high standard and have to buy household goods from China as well as the UK for customers based overseas. They get the money upfront and the amounts are large
I would like to have some of my customers pay their bill by Direct Debit.
However, I think I am too small for my bank. Something to do with the guarantees, which is fair enough.
I used to work for an India company that we managed to send almost all the book-keeping, accounting, payroll, reporting and some of the tax work to India.
I normally file CT600s using the free HMRC software (I know I'm a cheapskate, but I've got the time), but I have a return to file that has a capital gain.
I have a client who sells mainly on the internet, but also invoice trade/wholesale customers.They are looking for an online bookkeeping system which has good stock control features/reporting, will
As the title says really, has anyone seen HMRC's confirmed RTI penalty details from April 2014 yet?
The increasing presence of cloud applications in the 2013 Software Satisfaction Awards for small business software was not as strong in the ERP and business intell
VAT refgistered Client purchased some furniture from a business in Italy.
No Vat was charged at time of import and they were sent an invoice