Member Since: 6th Oct 2004
25th Sep 2017
PNL was head and shoulders the best technical brain helping other users. You can criticise his / her style, but if the moderators can't see that as a reasonable price to pay for the quality it brings then......
I'm off. Won't be back. Won't make any more contributions. Hate the new site anyway. Will find something that's actually useful to do while I'm having lunch. Byeeeee.
25th Sep 2017
In most cases there is a case to be made for disclosing neither.
20th Sep 2017
But do make sure that it's an employer contribution, not a personal contribution. Other than that, no issues in a one man company.
14th Sep 2017
You say your clients are all small, but how many micro companies are included within them? And will those clients thank you for not doing FRS105 accounts to limit the disclosure made at CoH?
4th Sep 2017
If the numbers are big enough, there are specialist providers out there who are buying companies at a discount to NAV to avoid the TAAR.
30th Aug 2017
Contrary to most posters I have no desire at all to do jury service.
So much so that I've tried to take myself off the electoral roll - which is where the selection is made from. Try doing that without moving house.
Unless anybody knows better .......
18th Aug 2017
Trouble is that a TiS clearance is not a TAAR clearance - which is not available. So getting such a clearance doesn't actually help you with your original question.
17th Aug 2017
The answer is - nobody knows!
You should read the guidance at CTM 36300 and subsequent pages, but I'm not sure it will lead you to a clear answer.
The only way to be safe, as you suggest, is no renting for two years after the date of the distribution (not the date the winding up commences).
15th Aug 2017
The answer is ... it depends.
There are a whole load of considerations here that go well beyond the scope of this forum - where you won't get a clear answer.
11th Aug 2017
It is an iXBRL fudge, because the numpties at HMRC won't accept an iXBRL file without a tag telling them the date on which the directors report was approved!!
You couldn't make this nonsense up.