For multiple clients at same time? I heard they were bringing it out for single director companies only. Prob is you have to access each one individually and Approve Payslips, so if you miss one by mistake, it doesn't highlight it to you, whereas PM does that
From what I was told, the director couldn't extract the info in the format they wanted. They remoted into his machine a few times but couldn't do it either. He gave up in the end as not computer literate.
The employees were enrolled on, and the DOC was correctly completed, its just that no deductions were made, and contributions paid over, so provider closed scheme.
Skip hire is standard rated, unless being provided by local council, then it's exempt/zero rated. And local councils can trade commercially. Fair?
Filed online. First one I filed showed car withdrawn, and vehicle issued. Second one just showed vehicle issued.
They just won't recognise the vehicle issued!!
I've had this on 3 separate clients so far, resolved by employee phoning HMRC. But this guy just won't do it.
I think your prices are spot on, poss even a little low if you are doing quarterly management accounts etc.
Thanks. My understanding is that there is no fine unless HMRC have specifically asked you to complete one. Do you know if that's true?
Also I understand Form 42 no longer exists. Do you know if that's true?
Basically I'm trying to make sure my client doesn't get into a loop of being required to file one each year, when no transaction has happened, and exposing them to fines if they/I forget. Just trying to reduce the nonsensical!!
How to arrive at an arms-length valuation in the eyes of HMRC is the crux of my post John
Thanks. So is to possible to check with HMRC, or at least see their parameters of what they consider to be reasonable? Or shall I wash my mouth out with soap and water?
Thanks - interesting case! There won't be any chance of me overvaluing them, my concern is that HMRC say I've undervalued them, and therefore try to assess PAYE/NIC on the other two guys, or their dividends
There won't be any come back because all parties will agree. There will only be come back if HMRC challenge valuation. I think this is unlikely, but can't seem to find the answer anywhere