So your "business transformation" advice, your wife's nutrition advice, child 1's artwork and child 2's internet activities are all worth paying for but accounting, tax and business structuring advice are expected for free?
Just so I understand where you are coming from.
If you think "traditional accounting" is a "hassle" then whatever you have planned is unlikely to last long.
I was going to ask the same as JoF. What research have you done?
Unless you are qualified to act on this matter, I think you should decline.
I vote no. The "need" to use the flat arises because of where he lives, not because the business requires it. If the client lived in the next street to the shop, the business wouldn't need him to stay in the flat.
You say "deductable" I say "deductible"; let's call the whole thing off.
Bob Loblaw wrote:
Yes, but when three of you jump in with some lame variation of the same comment in quick succession, it's nothing more than a dog pile. Utterly pointless and solely for the sake of inflating your own egos.
Had to Google what opprobrium means - good word.
I piled on first (at least I did as I composed my message).
On a more serious note, I find it alarming that you can reinstate your membership of the ACCA so easily - especially after such a long time.
Bob Loblaw wrote:
If you Google 'reinstate ACCA membership' the form's one of the first results.
Exactly, so well deserved opprobrium - not a "dig".
Does anyone know if it is possible for me to rejoin ACCA and regain my full membership? If so, what would I need to do and how much it would cost me?
Bit of a left field thought but maybe the ACCA would have a view?
I have spoken to the OP and the fitbit was bought for the employee as a long service award that falls within the tax exemption. Only joking.