If the freehold is owned by the company and it extends a lease then it has made a disposal and you should calculate the chargeable gain and include in the company's CT return.
The company pays CT on the gain and the rest could be paid out as a dividend.
Have you googled something like "management company lease gain" yet? I'm sure the answers you seek are out there already.
I have a thinkpad X1 Carbon and it's great.
Very light, plenty fast enough and great battery life. Most of the time I don't take the charger with me as I know the battery will easily last all day.
They're expensive but there are plenty of used/refurbished ones around.
I've always found a refurbished top of the range laptop is better than a brand new one for the same money.
I believe AutoEntry can do a whole page of receipts scanned as a single image and split into many. It'll try to work out the supplier in each case as well.
The first return is always 365 days. The second accounting period is the short one, so ending 17/10/2018 and 31/10/2018.
If you go to invoices awaiting payment, you can check the box next to the invoice which were paid through Square, then click Deposit to create a new (unreconciled) batch deposit.
Then when the funds are received from Square you can match the amount received to your deposit entry in the bank rec screen.
From the bank rec screen you can create an adjustment for a bank charge for whatever the difference is.
(this is just how I'd do it)
If your carried forward and brought forward balances don't agree in CY and PY then you'll have two different values represented by the same XBRL tag.
Could even be a rounding error?
The error message might say what is causing the tagging issue. VT includes a tool called the Fact Viewer that is also very useful for diagnosing issues with XBRL accounts.
There's Pandle and Quickfile which are both free and will both support MTD. I don't know if the MTD submission features are free as both have premium versions.
If your turnover is high enough to require VAT registration then paying for accounting software shouldn't be out of the question imo.
We use Adobe Sign, think it's around £100 per year.
Would recommend it, quite easy to add signature requests to documents and package them together for approval.
I think standard aspect ratio monitor is better than ultrawide, reading documents is better with the extra height. 4K means you can fit 4 standard 1920x1080 windows on your screen.
Something like a BenQ PD3200U?
Another vote for Croner.
We subscribe to their library and it includes the advice line for smaller tax questions.
We've used Croner Taxwise for more specific cases which needs written advice and have found it good value.