If there's no serious options then go for the comedy options.
I suppose at least they're honest about their objectives?
Yes, use the gross amount.
Is B Ltd registered for VAT?
Get one of the Sinn Fein guys who don't go to parliament to do it.
I think everyone should be somewhat afraid, but not of me, I don't actually think you can buy CFCs anymore and I'm not really hastening the demise of the planet.
I am quite pessimistic about both the immediate and long term future of the country though, I suppose gross exaggeration is an attempt at injecting some levity to counter the tedious grinding inevitability of the slow descent into something slightly worse than what we have now.
If he's not VAT registered, and not required to be VAT registered, and isn't going to become VAT registered, then ignore VAT entirely and use the gross figure, VAT is just a part of the cost.
Q/E 31/08/2019 - so they need digital records starting from 01/06/2019 and will need to sign up after the payment for Q/E 31/05/19 has been taken, on or around 10/07/2019.
I don't fully understand the question, but if what you are asking is how to set off current year bank interest against b/fwd pre 1/4/17 trading losses, then the answer is that you don't.
There are literally no options that aren't terrible. Boris Johnson is a disaster of a man with no agenda but blind self interest and who is considerably more sinister than his projected persona.
It's disgusting that we can have PMs elected without any input from anyone but the sitting MPs that have been messing up the whole system for three years now.
But then the alternative would be to have another election and I can't trust the English not to vote in that jobby in a suit Farage, which would obviously be worse since at least Boris can project charm while wrecking the country rather than a malodorous and faintly racist sleaze.
Personally I'm buying diesel engines and CFC deodorants to try and hasten the brutal toxic end of the planet before any of it comes to bear.
I'm not in a position to comment on the introduction of Self Assessment but RTI still doesn't work properly, I think there's some hefty rose tinting going on there.