Member Since: 29th Apr 2004
27th Apr 2010
So it's not just me...
I formed a new client company at the beginning of March and still haven't received the CT41G. I downloaded and completed a CT41G and sent it to the company's local tax office together with a signed 64-8 and a letter of complaint. I got the tax office address by typing the company's postcode into the "contact us" section of the Revenues site.
I doubt it will speed things up but it feels better than doing nothing.
16th Sep 2009
All sorted now...
All sorted now but just in case anybody needs this for future reference – after you’ve ticked the cessation of trade indicator in the adjustment to profit window you may need to close that window so that the software registers it. Once you’ve reopened the window go to the "pooled" tab and tick the date of cessation box in the bottom left hand corner. Input your disposal details as normal on the "assets" tab and the balancing allowance/charge should automatically be calculated.
17th Jun 2009
Thanks Geoffrey for your answer. Capital gains is not really an issue as the company has made losses to date so the shares currently have little value.
16th Apr 2009
Can't find the forms/letters section
I too was looking for something like this and was just about to shell out for the Forms, Letters & Tools 2009 offered by the 2020 group.
I’ve just had a browse around the helpaccountants.co.uk site and although it looks good I can’t find any evidence of a standard letters and forms section. Can anyone confirm that the site does indeed provide them.
16th Apr 2009
Actually Robert that does help a lot. The company makes sales and purchases in both the UK and France. I’m guessing we probably gave HMRC the wrong mix of invoices when asked for evidence of trading.
Time to write a letter methinks.
9th Oct 2008
Rexel CB206 comb binding machine
I use a Rexel CB206 comb binding machine. Accounts are bound with a leatherboard/leathergrain back cover and a transparent front cover.
I got the machine from Staples a couple of years ago for about £60.00 but you should be able to find a decent deal online.
6th Oct 2008
I’ve since been advised that the last para of ESC A11 specifically disqualifies excluded income from the split year treatment in the year of departure.
Thanks for pointing me to the help sheet though (even though the words “help sheet” are a total misnomer).
1st Oct 2008
I feel your pain...
That is exactly the reason why I PDF the accounts over to the client, tell them to sign them and just stick them in the post to Companies House - online filing just takes too long.
The only time I ever use it is if I’m right up against the filing deadline and only if the client has faxed/e-mailed me back a signed copy of the accounts that I’m about to file.
I feel your pain.
29th Sep 2008
My understanding is that an individual is liable to UK income tax on investment income arising in the UK whether he is resident or not.
Happy to be corrected if this is not the case.
26th Sep 2008
Well spotted that man!
I was mistakenly thinking of ESC A11 which is only relevant for income tax. Oh well, it was worth a try.