Member Since: 30th Jan 2003
9th Jun 2020
There's a very good update article in Taxation magazine on this topic: https://www.taxation.co.uk/articles/explaining-the-updated-trust-registr...
23rd Jan 2020
Is he mild-mannered janitor, called Penrod "Penry" Pooch? If so, his other line of work may help.
5th Nov 2019
Is there a possibility that they've been moved by HMRC to PD1? HMRC don't seem to inform taxpayer or agent but simply disappear from agent list, as paper based unit.
3rd Aug 2019
I’ve found a Panasonic call blocker telephone works best. Callers need to leave a message to get through, unless one of your unblocked numbers.
Although I miss winding up nuisance callers, in my challenge for them to hang up on me: “a computer, what is a computer? A laptop? What, above my knees and below my hips, you mean? A Windows problem? But I can see my garden through my windows, etc”
10th Jun 2019
I’m not saying retro tax is right or wrong, just that it was one of several known* risks with the structure of such loan schemes.
*to advisers, but not always their clients
10th Jun 2019
Many of us protected our clients and provided certainty, by advising them not to do such schemes, due to the very high risks of failure, especially from around 2004.
29th Mar 2019
A couple of times I've responded to HMRC politely, along the lines of:
"it is, of course, difficult to explain to my client that their mistake potentially causes financial penalty when your letter itself contains a careless mistake"
and in both cases HMRC cancelled the penalty.
27th Mar 2019
I had the same issue. It is being released in stages or on request. When requested they manually add it to your account to download via notifications.
16th Mar 2019
This article may be useful
18th Jan 2019
yes, but at 0.000000001%