Member Since: 10th Jan 2014
7th May 2020
Looks good. It was a big move for me to go to index from look up but the more I used it the simpler the formulae become and its slashes the time and problems. This looks a step further. Ideal as I use excel as an alternative to bank feeds to cut down on bank processing time.
5th May 2020
There is scope to do essential work under furlough- This appears to be essential work and also is not generating income. Also you could make argument that it is simply voluntary work.
Also worth checking if they can get £10,000 rates grant.
5th May 2020
Thanks. Some good issues covered. Payroll over 10 should be allowed on excel as someone has to pay for this wasted time and effort.
On separate issue If client has 7k self employed income and 10k state pension they appear to be ruled out of 80% support as SE income is under 50% of income. Is there a specific rule or link that covers the state pension to clear that up as I could not find it when I looked
10th Apr 2019
it incorrectly states rise by 230% so you're point is valid as it should be 130% rise.
I'm okay with it as long as we can impose late fines on HMRC for not dealing with issues they should have. Including new issues that they ought to have known about (ignorance is no excuse)
26th Jul 2017
Wonder if this linked with PAYE codes disappearing from Agent self assessment client screens recently?
This was very handy to see what benefits and underpayments etc HMRC were fixing via tax codes.
Anyone know how to access the tax code breakdowns online now for clients on self assessment
5th Dec 2014
Excel - there is always another solution out there
I'm think I'm pretty good at excel now - I learned the hard way!!
Many moons ago I had to get an expenses excel form out to staff and I a looking for a grid outline- either in a table or a sheet. (Mind this was pre google)
I tried and tried - couldn't find it in help - the more I tried the more I could not see it. In desperation I found a rather long winded solution - I outlined every single box on the sheet one at a time (around 200+) - I got it done and it did work.
In taught me the importance of searching for a better solution if its taking too long.