Member Since: 26th Jun 2006
Qualified ACA, worked for 2 of the Big 4 in their CT departments before moving on to work on CT software at Thomson Reuters (Digita). Interests include running, my little girl and all manner of music.
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17th May 2017
But is this an African or a European spider?
12th Dec 2016
How did Mr Cheese paint his wife?
He Double Gloucester
14th Jun 2016
I'm still having to log in every few days - did the fix for this make it in to the site?
31st Dec 2015
I didn't see the word directly in the question
31st Dec 2015
Talking about companies here so a dissenting view
s62 CTA2010 comes in to play for companies
s5 So far as the loss cannot be deducted, it -
(a) is carried forward to the next accounting period, and
(b) is treated for the purposes of this section as a loss made by the company in the UK property business in that period.
As it then becomes a 'current' period loss it is available for use against total profits which for a company includes chargeable gains.
All provided the property business continues in the period with the gain.
6th Mar 2015
Does this help? http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/vgdcmanual/index.htm
The CT600 doesn't have any specific boxes for Video Game relief - it is all amalgamated into the R&D boxes - info at the link
16th Sep 2014
Loans between friends exempt so family also?
Would appear that this sort of loan is not covered by that Act - see the 'Other Exempt Agreements' part.
Unless there have been subsequent changes of course.
11th Sep 2014
This might help (very last item on the page) - seems you need to alter your Trust settings.
7th Apr 2014
HMRC introduced some new validation in the weekend upgrade and are investigating this problem at the moment as a matter of high priority. Some returns are getting through and others not.
Probably best to hold off filing and keep in touch with your supplier to find out when the problem is resolved
11th Dec 2013
For some light relief
Murphy Richards - http://justicefortaxesnetwork.wordpress.com/
Can't go too far wrong with AccountingWeb though