Member Since: 22nd Apr 2010
Assistant Boondogler The Great and Bountiful Empire of the Swallow
3rd Jun 2020
If an employer (with staff currently furloughed) brings them off furlough prior to 10 June, does this prevent them from using the flexible furloughing come July 2020?
Thanks in advance!
My understanding is that so long as the employee has been furloughed for 3 weeks by the 30th of June, you are free to furlough them after the 30th.
29th May 2020
My dream is to be able to work in a world where I don't have to come into the office every day as being around people gives me huge anxiety (client meetings are ok, 7 hours in a room full of people isn't).
My brief spell of being allowed to work from home was great and my mental health improved significantly, only to plummet again as soon as I was made to return to the office.
Que sera sera I suppose...
5th Mar 2020
Before you get leapt on for using Zip Codes in your example, I just want to say I found that very useful (especially the Find/Search/Replace/Substitute part which I wasn't aware of).
4th Mar 2020
I don't think you could teach me much Amanda and the statement sounds a little arrogant.
Ladies and Gentlement, the President of America!
#Hail to the Chief plays#
21st Feb 2020
Penguin, but the sentiment is taken and approved.
So you are! I always thought you were a fellow duck...
Ok so penguin is off the menu too.
21st Feb 2020
I feel myself and SteLacca are the only members of AW that should have strong opinions on this matter.
I can't speak for SteLacca, but I'm all for people eating pigs, cows, chickens, horses and each other, so long as they leave us ducks be.
21st Feb 2020
Looking forward to the time when meat eaters become the minority and then a few chickens will come home to roost.... (pun intended)
I literally have no idea what you are getting at...
12th Sep 2019
...and a kitchen sink, which is also removed with a screwdrive, ditto ditto
What kind of weird pipes (and for that matter sinks) do you have in your house?!?
22nd Aug 2019
" . . . . a business does not need to leave (the scheme) until annual sales exceed £230,000 including VAT on the anniversary of when it joined the scheme".
I, for one, hadn't realised it was an annual check, so thanks for that Basil.
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.
Surely it is any business, detailed invoices or not. Joe Bloggs Ltd selling office equipment to businesses totaling £101,999 per annum is still making net sales of £84,999, just the same as a coffee shop with the same figures.