Member Since: 18th Mar 2014
2nd Jul 2019
"3 hours of your day on the phone to make six calls to resolve minor tasks"
If there's no rush I'd write a letter with 6 questions one one piece of paper or write 6 letters and pop them in one envelope.
Shouldn't take more than half an hour. Then you've got a written record of your questions and HMRC are duty-bound to respond.
You can sit back, relax and do the same the next day for your next batch of questions.
23rd Jun 2019
I'm pulling your leg. Over here it would be capitalise and aeroplane.
23rd Jun 2019
They would only do that in America.
19th Jun 2019
If I'm not in a hurry I write a letter, stick on a stamp and wait for a reply.
The time saved from sitting on hold allows me to earn money which more than covers the cost of the stamp.
10th Jun 2019
I believe if you have property and trading income you can have a £1,000 allowance for each type of income.
1st Jun 2019
12th Apr 2019
Poor wee moth.
16th Mar 2019
Why not change the name on the log-book by filling in the slip, tearing it off and send it to DVLA with the business name on it?
And inform the van's insurers too.
8th Mar 2019
It's not always as straightforward as it might appear...https://www.accountancyage.com/2017/10/09/new-trading-allowance-simplici...
4th Mar 2019
If only Judge Rinder was sill doing his "happy Mondays".