Nothing in this profile is actualy true. Or is it? Who knows, who cares.
yup got that too
Pft. Its always "my sister and I" unless you is common like what I is.
Then it's "me 'n' me sister, innit".
Swiftly followed by, "you looking at me sister?"
As it happens its hard not to, she is the size of a small horse from her "fatty foods & bottle of wine a night" diet.
Apologies, the names were far too creative!
yes, but were they when he appointed them? We don't know. Does the contract say he can back out of it if they lose CA status? Seems unlikely.
Fundamentally does the cert on the wall mean their work is wrong, or poor advice has been given.
I have one on my wall, but it counts for squat on a day to day basis.
Surely several issues here:
1. Did they competently perform the work you paid them for? There is no requirement for an accountant to be chartered. Plenty of good non-chartered accountants about.
2. Are you in breach of contract by leaving "mid term?" What does the contract (or 'engagement letter') say about such an instance?
3. Do they have misleading advertising?
I think you really need a lawyer.
It seems to me the questions are set such that it is virtually impossible to now agree a simple error.
I failed to agree with HMRC a client who had overseas employment income and put it in the overseas pages (but not the UK bit) that this was far from bleedin obvious and it was a simple error. Not least as he was used to having foreign dividends. which do go on the foreign pages only.
What you can do is get them to suspend it, which I have noticed they no longer offer by default, even if suspension conditions are easily met.
The clue to the hard line on all of this is when they roll out the stats for HMRC performance. If its a careless error, it then goes on the "tax gap".
you sly thing.
So you mean to say I got something right?
I guess it's got to happen once in a while.
I assume by "special practice" we could choose to apportion the lot to the joint purchase value before apportionment?
Would you also agree the home staging costs (they dressed it after they moved out as it wouldn't sell) are not "advertising" as permitted under and incidental costs of sale?
We have a couple of clients who sell "magic money" and its all done at the point at which it enters the real world, then its just a sale at that point.
My clients are able to determine the geographical location of their customers (assumed all private persons) as UK, EU and worldwide so as to work out the correct VAT position. Its not the same platform as you are using but direct to the customers.
As above its not a cryptocurrency.
I was looking at 42(4) which says:
(4)This section shall not be taken as requiring the apportionment of any expenditure which, on the facts, is wholly attributable to what is disposed of, or wholly attributable to what remains undisposed of.
The planning is attributable to the plot, and the extension to the house, albeit they of course both contribute to the sales price / market value that the A/A+B bit at the end. Hence my mind going round in circles.