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Hi guys I reckon some of you could help with this cos you seem to know what to do  I have got a buisnes and I make stuff I’m a blacksmith and I sell my stuff everywhere and I mean everywhere including Scotland the thing is that my mate phil helped me to make a company instead of me doing my own thing all the time and Ive got to do some kind of corpration tax forms to fill and send to the inland revenue my mate phil who works on the bins and nows lots of stuff and when I say lots of stuff I mean lots and lots of stuff says  I don’t have to fill in the forms if all the dosh I get in a year is less than 83k then I don’t have to fill in the form but I cant find anythink about that on google phil is a grate mate and I don’t like going behind his back but I am not sure it is 83k I reckon some of you now somethink about this kind of stuff and what the right amount of dosh it is so if you have anyideas just pass it on to me cheers, guys

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By petersaxton
07th May 2016 23:13

childish

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By Cheshire
08th May 2016 08:47

You need to get an Accountant and quickly. Your mate is completely wrong and by the way you don't need to tell him what you are doing, so he will never know, unless he provides advice on here of course ;-)

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By Cheshire
08th May 2016 08:48

[quote=Cheshire]

edited earlier comment for typo!!!!!!

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By zebaa
08th May 2016 14:23

Your question is difficult to read without any punctuation. It seem to me you are confusing vat & ct. Either way you need to pay someone to send all this numbers & forms stuff to HMRC. Please do diy it. From your comments do not get Phil to do it either.

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By zebaa
08th May 2016 14:26

Sorry that should read: do NOT diy it.

How do you edit stuff on this new site?

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By Locutus
08th May 2016 15:10

zebaa wrote:

Sorry that should read: do NOT diy it.

How do you edit stuff on this new site?

You make edits to posts via your account on the top right.

I won't bother responding to the OP, as the whole thing just looks like a wind up.

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By Cheshire
08th May 2016 15:19

I won't bother responding to the OP, as the whole thing just looks like a wind up.

Was trying to work out who it could be!!! ;-)

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By Euan MacLennan
09th May 2016 14:31

zebaa wrote:

How do you edit stuff on this new site?


Click on your User name in top right corner or on blue icon and select My account, then select 'My Any answer replies' and you will find an Edit button in each of your previous replies.
Note the next line up on the menu 'My Any answer questions' - are we speaking double Dutch now? Not to mention the poor capitalisation.
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By Pee Enn Ell
08th May 2016 14:33

Kudos Phil!

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By Pee Enn Ell
08th May 2016 14:33

Kudos Phil!

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By JCresswellTax
09th May 2016 09:17

Hilarious! Well done Portia!

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By carlh
17th May 2016 13:58

click bait springs to mind, dam no clicks oh well

GET AN ACCOUNTANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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