Member Since: 29th Dec 2015
8th May 2019
24th Jan 2019
I've recently had this and yes, leaving and rejoining was the only way I could get it to work. Others might have some special tricks but I couldn't find it
24th Jan 2019
So where it says "Every person who is chargeable to income tax... " presumably this does not apply in this case? So no tax return needs to be submitted?
13th Dec 2018
Bl00dy genious - thank you so much!
23rd Oct 2018
Thanks - that's quite helpful. I've never used the paper method. Maybe I'll just stick with the imperfect electronic method, with the occasional 64-8 for those clients who simply seem unable to send the code in on time (I guess they will be just as bad sending in a 64-8).
Is the general consensus that electronic is better than paper (I mean is should be...but this is HMRC we are dealing with so all bets are off)?
27th Jul 2018
Funnily enough this was one of the first things I read on it. Thank you - it was EXTREMELY useful!
5th Jul 2018
Brilliant guys - This is genuinely really really helpful. Thank you sooo much
I've been stressing about this so I'm glad to see that it's not a simple matter.
I should, I think, explain this to the directors and get them to sign something to the effect agreeing with the non-trust treatment of the accounting.
Would this be a sensible way of dealing with it
25th May 2018
Thanks for your reply. Yes that is one solution but it kind of involves unpackaging the packaged up service.
For example a firm charges 110 per month to a company for accounts CT vat PAYE and 1 directors return. However you would have to have in the engagement letter, say £100 per month charged to the company and £10 per month charged to the director.
I suppose you could still collect the 110 from the company and then adjust accordingly
It works but is quite inelegant.
I don't imagine this is how in reality most firms handle it but I could be wrong
4th Sep 2017
Thanks for your response - very intriguing...
Is DAPA not all that great then?
In what way is it a burden?
I noticed that they have DAP and DAPA, although their marketing is so vague its difficult to work out what the difference is
14th Mar 2017
This firm explains how they make their fees so cheap
Seems to make sense