Member Since: 22nd Jun 2009
27th Oct 2015
5th Aug 2015
On a recent course I asked about who was caught with reference to a particular client. They do specialist consultancy type work using a mixture of own staff and sub-contract workers - lecturer believed not necessary to report where, as J Creswell says, they were completing a contract regardless of which workers used. However they had provided two workers recently who work via their own limited companies where the end user (A plc) wanted these people but they weren't set up as suppliers whereas my client was - therefore as supply of a worker was different to work they normally do for A so caught and I have done report for these 2 workers only.
However I have a question on the Report. It is reporting payments and one was paid post 5 April but work was completed pre 5 April but it classes it as an error putting an end date of pre 5 April but says have to put an end date if the engagement has ended. The guidance suggests can report in period they worked in (which is pre-reporting requirement) but ESM2170 clearly states report in period paid not invoiced etc. Shall I just leave end date blank?
13th Jul 2015
I am looking at Instant Accounts Plus v15
Do you get the information needed by going to
Day Book Reports
Day Books: Customer Invoices (Detailed)
then choose required date range and nominal codes, might need to do separate reports if codes are not adjacent. Repeat for the Credit Notes
I would then either print out as they are or Export the previewed files to Excel as csv file and combine and tidy up as necessary in Excel
29th Mar 2015
Thanks - it was just playing on my mind, obviously need to get out more!
27th Mar 2015
As Euan, warning with Moneysoft but went through as quickly as usual and e-mail receipts back as well within a couple of minutes.
8th Jul 2014
Thanks, will file an amended EPS for month 1.
17th Jan 2013
Euan MacLennan wrote:
[But why would you want to flit to and fro between employees? Moneysoft allows you to sort the order of employees any which way you want (does Sage let you do that?) and then, you just click across each one in turn, which makes sure that you don't miss any.
It is also really quick to move between the tabs if you use ctrl+right/left arrow key (something I only discovered recently so others might not be aware).
Would always recommend Moneysoft.
27th Jul 2012
I would recommend Sennet (www.sennet-insurance.co.uk) who are specialist PII brokers
21st Jun 2012
Thank you for the responses.
Yes it related to Accounts, the Annual Return was uptodate. As suggested I've rung them and if they have Accounts by end of the week then no further action but otherwise prosecution will go ahead.
I was surprised that this action was being taken so quickly but looks like they are now using their powers much earlier.
2nd Feb 2012
And if you haven't already done so, change to quarterly payments if they meet the criteria which presumably will if £nil returns.