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By GW
01st Apr 2019 23:26

This is a forum for accounting and finance profesionals.
I suggest you talk to your accountant as you need a lesson in capital allowances to answer the first part of your question and there are tax implications that go with the second part of your question.

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By Accountant A
02nd Apr 2019 01:16

As GW says, this isn't a forum for free professional advice.

Here's the deal, pay for some advice and I won't offer to clean people's windows for free as it would put you out of business.

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By andy.partridge
02nd Apr 2019 16:48

Anonymous is my favourite poster and j is one of my favourite questions.

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By Dib
02nd Apr 2019 16:57

surely the answer is the square root of minus one?

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By Red Leader
02nd Apr 2019 17:54

You're imagining it.

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By DJKL
02nd Apr 2019 16:58

Is this Sesame Street, today's letter is j and big J?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMWC6ngKMCU

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By Counting numbers
02nd Apr 2019 17:37

HaHa... I do love Sesame Street!

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By lionofludesch
02nd Apr 2019 18:22

Was it an April Fool's Day thing ?

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By Cheshire
02nd Apr 2019 18:31

A window cleaner who sold his van for £1400 and bought another one for £xx wanting assistance with his tax return, including moving to claiming mileage.

In a nutshell, someone who things he doesnt need an Accountant, except a free Accountant from on here.

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By Chris.Mann
02nd Apr 2019 22:31

A tragic and, obviously, embarrassed freeloader?

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