Member Since: 24th Jan 2014
23rd Sep 2019
This is going to depend on
1 Solicitors understanding/ remembering tax is due and telling their client.
2 Hopefully solicitors will obtain name of accountant and inform them directly. Ideally warning at beginning of sales process and copy of completion statement on completion.
10th Jun 2019
One important change missing or at least not emphasized from above article and presumable from proposed consultation document is to use NI number for directors and to interact with HMRC. This would make checking name, address and date of birth more feasible. I realise this will be of no use with overseas directors but I am sure that both Co House and HMRC would find it very useful. I realise of course that the NI number would not be available to the public.
21st May 2019
I just hope they issue the revised coding to the tax payer and if the taxpayer has an agent make them accessible to the agent.
Having suffered HMRC informing the employer but not the employee I think we will have a lot more wrong codings for tax payers who have income from other sources as well as payrolls.
21st May 2019
I have thought for many years that as well as date of birth directors should be obliged to give their NI number. I am sure the government could authorise access between HMRC and Co House to check that name, date of birth and home address match. The NI number like the home address could be kept out of public domain.
This would allow Companies House to perform a policing function rather than just clerical and could be useful for HMRC as well.
15th May 2019
I can see why the law states all debts must be paid to use the DS01 but if a socially responsible director/shareholder has ensured all trade and government creditors has been paid this may result in the director being owed a few thousand and the company being insolvent. As the only creditor is the director/shareholder why should there be a legal objection.
I have always viewed that the directors stating there are no debts does not include them.
10th May 2019
From A VAT point of view great unless private purchases included!
From An accounts point of view dangerous to permit client to think that they do not need invoices. Analysis of expenses and identifying capital items not possible from statement.
Also for cut off, invoice may indicate time of supply different from invoice date.
8th Apr 2019
As a one person practice change is usually a nuisance. I have been following Aweb posting. Seems lots of people are struggling to enrol themselves, their clients etc.
I just do not feel like starting.
We were told that it was to improve the tax collection but as in small businesses' I would suggest that the loss of tax will be unregistered businesses' as those intentionally under-declaring takings I can not see MTD will help at all.
29th Mar 2019
29th Mar 2019
Example 4 seems to suggest that a business that would not be issuing detailed invoices, cafes hairdressers, dress shops etc can have sales up to £102,000 before registering for VAT as if you calculate the VAT on the gross it would reduce net sales to below £85,000. Can you confirm.
1st Mar 2019
I note that 'cutting and pasting' between sheets is not permitted. I was looking at one of the excel bridging products to day and note that the process is to high light the box on your spread sheet and the box on the filing sheet. Just like 'copy and paste'.
Other than it is within the purchased software it seems the same. I am mystified!