. Already answered upthread, pays me to read properly first.
Sounds like you have a successful business. Has it declined recently because of staff performance, or because of the economic climate?
My suggestion would be to employ a temporary manager for 6 months, and use the opportunity to have some time off (not necessarily all at the same time) and give yourself a break. Look at the situation again in 6 months time and see how you feel.
You should then have received a penalty notice from Co House. You would then have received a letter first from a debt collection agency, then a follow up letter from their solicitors which warns that if not paid county court action would be taken. Then a summons from County Court giving 14 days to respond. This can be extended to 28 days by the client but if the summons isn't responded to then a CCJ is issued. If you haven't received the summons the client can have the CCJ set aside but it's a costly process, and is not guaranteed.
Veronica J wrote:
Oh thank you both so much. Re the rolled up figure, the holiday entitlement is added to their contracted figure, e.g. working 31.667 hours for 38 weeks x 12.07%, which is added to gross weekly - then spread over 52 weeks.
With SMP having been paid for the 14 weeks the school has been closed, does that not count towards holiday pay?
You can't add holiday pay to the salary, it has to be accrued separately then paid when requested by the employee when they take a holiday. It works out exactly the same but rolled up pay, which is what you're doing, was abolished in 2008. They still accrue holiday whilst on maternity pay.
You would only put on the invoice Materials £500 and it wouldn't be subject to CIS.
Pandle have an app, and I've just recorded a sale through the cash account on it.
Thanks Paul and Justso.
I always intended to appeal - just trying to assess the likelihood of success.
Expect a long wait. Currently taking in excess of 3 months for a decision.
I can see your point. However, I'm sure you'd accept that the present arrangement is regularly abused and, open to ridicule?
Definitely. Does reporting any said posts make any difference?
There are times when accountants may genuinely want to use the Anonymous feature and it would be a shame to lose that option. How about Anonymous posts have to be approved before being published?
Your MTD software should also, only shown Submitted and outstanding MTD returns, but not show non MTD submissions.
Yes, that's right. My apologies, I assumed the clients disappeared from the old gateway once signed up to MTD.