Member Since: 3rd May 2016
13th Feb 2020
There was a similar case where former employer claimed ownership of IP in new company that would have put company out of business where I believe relief was allowed on basis the fees where required to allow the company to trade even though the director, who was the former employee,was the one named on claim.
I cannot however remember the case name and cannot seem to find it easily through online searches. Anyone else recall this?
Doesn't match perfectly but might give more weight to a potential relief claim on the basis company could not continue without challenge on claim by former employer.
29th Aug 2019
I think option A is most prudent unless the amount due to be released in May and June is trivial.
27th Aug 2019
That answer has made my day. Might I suggest you review R/Woosh on reddit for clarity why.
7th Feb 2019
I've always found asking the client which they think is most relevant as a good option. Note down the reasons they likely think sports and recreation is most relevant and then put a note to remind yourself about VAT Notice 733 Setcion 4.2.
I've had a few queried over the years and all queries have been dropped quickly once that section has been quoted to the HMRC officer.
23rd Jan 2019
Defintely possible. I used to have a client with 6 banks on feeds in QBO and they were multi currency as well, no issues.
22nd Nov 2018
If you're moving him to a Ltd do you mean he is currently self employed?
8th Oct 2018
Does quick flipping properties twice not severely weaken your intent argument regardless of whether intent is or isn't irrelevant?
16th May 2016
I'm part qualified ICAEW and I moved jobs in March. I found that because people don't generally move halfway through qualifying there was a high demand in the market. Stick a CV on reed, you'll be bombarded by emails and calls but then you can sort through the messages and decide which opportunities are worth pursuing in your own time.