Yes - that's exactly what I mean
Hi - I ended up using the free VT software last week and found it very user friendly. I ended up speaking to a VT representative on the phone too over the same question. Basically you link the box numbers on the software to a cell on excel so in theory no you don't need all the individual data. There's still time for HMRC to get back to me and say it's wrong though says the cynic in me! But the VT guy claimed this method is fine. Hope this makes sense!
Likewise, responses like this make me realise how sad it is that people have the time and need to write derogative unhelpful answers. I often pre-empt my questions with ' sounds like a silly question' because I am not overconfident and am always questioning the nitty gritty of legislation. I actually think it's a reasonable question given my situation whereby my client is a small sole trader who has opted to register for VAT despite having turnover under the threshold. I've always associated 'trolling' online with youngsters with nothing better to do with their time but clearly I was wrong. Apparently adult professionals appear to show the same behaviour.
Many thanks . Exactly what I thought but wanted clarification.
Many thanks. A further question - my client is VAT registered but not a limited company - sorry if sounds silly question - but is it both sole traders and ltd companies who have to comply with MTD software?
Thank you. I’m surprised you can claim such a high mileage rate given how cheap it is to run an electric car. Am I right in thinking you can claim the business proportion of the lease cost too? Thanks
Thank you for your time. The scheme is just a ordinary share scheme (no VCT).
Hypothetical with a strong chance of becoming actual sitation! Thanks.
I realise I need these breakdowns- my question is - if the previous accountant is being difficult he may not want to provide them - does he legally have to provide them
Thank you! Exactly what I thought! I'll try my best!