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Feeling nosy ??

Any ex clients ??

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Feeling curious I've just looked at the latest Tax Defaulters list. Never seen it before. Can't see any ex clients there.  How about anyone else

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/publishing-details-of-deliber...

 

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By JDBENJAMIN
08th Jan 2020 11:25

No ex-clients, but my local chip shop is there!

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By Lone_Wolf
08th Jan 2020 11:36

What's the food like?

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By JDBENJAMIN
08th Jan 2020 17:07

Very good, though on principle I will no longer go there. Naming and shaming has at least some effect!

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By JoF
08th Jan 2020 11:27

Seen it before and do check it mostly for ex clients from my former life, but none seen so far.

No surprises about the types of trade/occupations for the majority of cases, but still wondering why HMRC do not do more to tackle these areas instead of faffing around the edges with the line that MTD4VAT will produce more income.

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By memyself-eye
08th Jan 2020 11:57

None of mine - they're all still serving time.......

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By thevaliant
08th Jan 2020 16:25

Hmmm. Worryingly just found a current client.

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By bernard michael
08th Jan 2020 16:33

Crikey Now what do you do ???

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By thevaliant
09th Jan 2020 08:19

Actually its not that bad (I'm in a firm and the person in question isn't my client - so I asked). Seems they've never been our client, just his (former) business partner is and a limited company he was a director of was.

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By atleastisoundknowledgable...
09th Jan 2020 08:33

I particularly like the one with£1.4m of fines. Anyone see a CVL / prepackaged coming in the near future?

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By atleastisoundknowledgable...
09th Jan 2020 08:36

No, the 3 accountants are my favourites.

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By Nebs
10th Jan 2020 13:04

Would it be too embarrassing for the government to include, at the bottom of the page, total figures for each of tax, penalties, and amount actually collected.

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By ruth.julian
10th Jan 2020 13:15

I wonder how much of the tax, interest and penalties will be recovered, particularly with the high proportion of defaulters with addresses outside UK jurisdiction? When I reported to HMRC that the business partner of a client had not declared tax above the lowest amounts in the list above, and that I had the records to prove it, nothing was done.

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By Andy Reeves
10th Jan 2020 13:15

None of mine, current or ex.

Good luck with the £4.4m on the internet trader based in China. I'm sure naming and shaming will get them to pay up.

One clothing wholesaler in Birmingham (P.R.B. Trading Limited: £3.5m) that files micro accounts!

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By Unbalanced
10th Jan 2020 13:18

The total of these amounts and penalties is £148 million - presumably very little chance of getting any of it !

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By djn24
10th Jan 2020 16:25

N A Accountants Ltd Bookkeeping Formerly of 84-88 MacDonald Street, Birmingham, B5 6TN 1 Mar 2016 to 19 Oct 2017 £478,800 £293,265

That is crazy!

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By bernard michael
10th Jan 2020 16:50

djn24 wrote:

N A Accountants Ltd Bookkeeping Formerly of 84-88 MacDonald Street, Birmingham, B5 6TN 1 Mar 2016 to 19 Oct 2017 £478,800 £293,265

That is crazy!

And yet they only filed dormant accounts with asset value of £1. Weird !!

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By Arcadia
11th Jan 2020 17:52

djn24 wrote:

N A Accountants Ltd Bookkeeping Formerly of 84-88 MacDonald Street, Birmingham, B5 6TN 1 Mar 2016 to 19 Oct 2017 £478,800 £293,265

That is crazy!


Presumably N A for Not Available. Or as my old boss used to ask "What does N/A stand for - not attempted?"
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By [email protected]
10th Jan 2020 16:33

Ouch! Three names I recognised in the last quarter, all restaurants and one a former client. Two were run by limited companies both of which have gone into liquidation in the past 12 months, but both restaurants continue in business.

So I doubt they'll be paying up.

The third was my local chip shop, which seems still to be thriving.

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By lionofludesch
10th Jan 2020 17:00

No - nearest I got was a neighbour of an existing client.

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