Member Since: 1st Feb 2013
12th Aug 2020
I once had a meeting with HMRC who said they get about a cars weight in headed paper each year just for letters enclosing 64-8s. They advised to just sent the 64-8 in on its own, and it's always worked for me.
5th Jun 2020
From the above, it looks like the contribution week starts on a Sunday. For 19/20 this starts on 7th April 2019. There are 53 Sundays from that date up until 5th April 2020, also being a Sunday.
So yeah looks like 19/20 is a 53 week year.
Maybe Lion saying the next 53 week year is 2020/21 is a typo, and they meant 2019/20?
13th May 2020
1) Why are the employees working for 80% pay? Why weren't the excess staff furloughed and the rest paid to work - or if this seemed unfair and likely to cause problems, why weren't they furloughed by rotation so that everyone took turns in getting 80% (for nothing) and everyone took turns at earning 100%?
Because that's how some employers did it. Our place furloughed the majority of low paid staff, and everyone else was put on 80% pay.
Yes it might seem unfair on those still working, but hopefully it means there will still be a firm left to employ us at the end of all this!
1st Apr 2020
I think it's harsh that my mum, my fiancée and her dad are having to go to work in schools and supermarkets to keep the UK ticking over whilst only getting paid £12k a year, yet people earning £49k are getting paid by the Government to sit at home.
There's winners and losers in all of this.
5th Mar 2020
I predict things that directly helps Boris
14th Feb 2020
I hope they paid any care home fees if required.
In regards to the initial question, my gut agrees with the previous posters, the base cost would be 2009.
23rd Jan 2020
I'd love to know the most searched subject in Bing. I bet it's Google.
21st Jan 2020
This happened last year when Trust Returns were filed on 2 January. An automatic fine was generated.
How they keep getting away with this is beyond me. Probably someone trying their luck to get bonus income of £65k.
10th Dec 2019
Does the 0% fit into one of HMRC's grid boxes? (depending on circumstances)
6th Dec 2019
Does the Coca Cola case help?
"To establish whether the vehicle was “of a construction” for the conveyance of goods, it was necessary to determine if ‘construction’ meant the state of the vehicle when it left the factory assembly line or at the point following adaptations when it was supplied to the employee.
The UT accepted the FTT’s reasoning that what should be considered was the vehicle’s construction after adaptations.
The UT further accepted that removable items such as the seats in the Kombi vehicles should still be considered to be part of the construction of the vehicle. After all, many parts of a car, from the wheels upwards, can be removed."