Member Since: 19th Jun 2009
5th Aug 2019
Surely the distinction is between a sales allowance ( a deduction in "sales" in the accounts"and a bad debt
an expense in the accounts
The sales allowance results eventually in a credit note,
which recovers the VAT paid
The bad debt (when a customer can't pay as opposed to won't pay) increases the VAT input
So either way the VAT is correctly adjusted - it merely needs the appropriate accounting treatment and the VAT follows
22nd Feb 2019
Annual accounts of a retail partnership in Kent covering the period December 1882 to July 1985 in beautiful copperplate. Their telephone number was " Ashford 2"
Ranking, Spicer and Pegler "Executorship, Law and Accounts 1945
Bigg Wilson and Langton "Book keeping and accounts"
HFL publishers 1959
29th Jan 2019
Given that it's possible to deal with an estate without obtaining probate (eg if all assets are jointly owned)I don't follow the logic of the solicitor
25th Aug 2017
Thanks for the correction -mea culpa
24th Aug 2017
I'm probably out of date, but does not the 2008 DTA at article 2 include CSG and CRDS as being within the definition of "French tax"
4th Aug 2017
The query isn't clear but it seems that the first agency wasn't Reed