Qualiified as an ACA 1978 , became FCA shortly afterwards, gave up membership on 30th anniversary in 2008, enough!
I suppose by the same twisted logic as this that a doctor who smokes should be struck off?
yes this happens in say the education sector when all payments are put through payroll not much can be done about this , they are usually when recurring events are taxed
is this private or public sector. the heading says public?
well they must be doing something right to justify the price loath as I am to admit it. but the fact is that they have taken over companies and effectively destroyed them is common knowledge and anti competitive
well HMRC could always charge both buyer and seller SDLT like auctioneers. They could do this and allow the sellers SDLT as a deduction from any CGT payable later.
i was reduced to filing nil returns for 4 years for a partnership after cessation
its time this puff was taken down i find it incredibly irritating.
if ever we needed another example of where we have lost our way this is it!
'The effect of this relief means that when a small company gets a below-market rate loan from a director-shareholder or their family, that loan need not be discounted using a market rate of interest for a similar debt instrument. In other words, the loan can be recognised in the accounting records at cost (transaction price).
Some practitioners argued that the relief will have negligible effect since such loans are often provided to the company with no formal terms in place; the loan is treated as repayable on demand, which would avoid the need for discounting anyway. However, some small companies do have formalised loans in place and as the thresholds were increased so that a small company can have a turnover level of up to £10.2m, there are likely to be more of these formalised loans cropping up in practice as more medium-sized entities were reclassified as small.'
they can proceed even after kicking you out