Member Since: 8th Feb 2011
27th Feb 2014
Exactly; where would/could they draw the line
In this case, there's as much woodland management as rose pruning and lawn mowing....
Salary not high enough for as much as £2000 to be at stake, but I guess we'll have to wait and see what comes out as it goes through parliament.
27th Feb 2014
I'll keep an eye on it. There is no single individual who derives personal or family benefit from his work; at the moment client is just suggesting changing his title to "groundsman" or "estate manager".
28th Jun 2013
Thanks all for your helpful comments.
27th Jun 2013
Dividend income did just tip into higher rate - just under £200 higher div rate tax paid.
17th Jun 2013
A client of mine had a request for this a few months ago. I arranged to make the call, from client' s premises (mainly as this was the first time for me too, and I didn't know if they would need to speak to client first, prior to handing over to me). All very straightforward, very small business anyway, and no need for follow up visit. I got the impression that it was only if the answers led them to believe that things were awry that they would need to visit.
20th Feb 2013
Thanks for your replies; perhaps I need to look at how "Pre-nups" work - effectively similar, maybe - a just-in-case things don't go according to plan.
14th Feb 2011
.........as the notification emails came through on Sunday, I thought perhaps I ought to re-check this morning - haven't had chance yet. Will watch this space
11th Feb 2011
easy way to count the calories without actually dieting
As others say, don't "go on a diet" but do limit your calorie intake. Have a look at Weight Loss Resources website - great databases of calorie counters both intake (ie food) and output (general activity level and specific exercises). It's good just to keep a tab on things.
It's not rocket science but it does make sense.