Member Since: 9th Jan 2013
17th May 2017
Why would we be "looking for something to do"?
15th May 2017
I've only glanced at the PDF instructions as im browsing on my phone, but the tool looks pretty comprehensive.
I can't believe i didn't even have to enter one of my spam email addresses!
If it truly is a gift with nothing required in return, then thumbs up to FD4Cast.
5th Apr 2017
Tim Vane wrote:
There is an option to add "other", so you can stick it in anyway.
Which is exactly what I'll be doing :-)
24th Jan 2017
Having a name that nobody can pronnounce is (in my view) not a great idea,
I just had a look and they have a page on their site dedicated to explaining how to pronnounce the name!
I liked the idea of being able to 'White label' the software, but at a 'one-off' cost of £1,000 I don't think a lot will bother!
Even their Partner subscriptions start at £99 per month, so I'm afraid it's not for me.
For that reason, I'm out.
2nd Dec 2016
Elaborate on what advisory work you have carried out. If you are so good at it why will your clients not pay you for it.
They obviously see the benefits as lower than you perceive.
A mix match of opinions. Be keen to know about what you did but didn't get the fee for.
I think that was a dirty trick you played on your staff and you were lucky it didn't back fire on you. It would serve you right if they just told him to wait until you come back from Greggs and left you to deal with a pissed[***] off client who had been waiting for you.
Persomally, I think it was the Pound Bakery.
I do agree though.
I would be concerned that the client had left feeling unsatisfied with our service, as Q will have been both lacking in confidence and most probably visibly flustered. I'd be fuming if I were Q.
Then again, my practice is the exact opposite to what you have described in your opening post.
23rd Nov 2016
I agree with Glenzy. Made me wonder will all the contractor accountants do if/when HMRC do switch the fan onto number 3? Is there going to be a mass targeting of all our general practice clients? I hope not, but the likes of Crunch et al are hardly going to retire on the basis of "oh well, it was good while it lasted, time to call it a day"!
27th Sep 2016
Made me laugh! Thanks
25th Sep 2016
How many looked on CH for FT Practice Ltd?
Just me then? ;-)
21st Aug 2015
If you continously submit returns which show a repayment to be due, but then continously amend the returns to show a higher repayment, it's obvious that HMRC will quickly cotton on to their being a pattern
Spoils it for the genuine accountants. I've recently taken on two new clients and discovered that their 2014 tax returns were underclaiming various things (one client had done the return himself and hadn't claimed any CA's and another had grossed his dividends up twice). I was already pondering whether HMRC would wonder why I have submitted 2 amended returns for new clients, thus generating repayments, but these two cases are totally fair and just. I hope the Revenue don't tar every agent with the same brush!
28th Jul 2015
Sorry to learn of your troubles.