Member Since: 16th Aug 2011
28th Feb 2020
Out of interest what formation agents are people using to form and make such amendments as this? We currently use QF which have been fine but always good to know who else is out there.
23rd Dec 2019
I have NEVER eaten a Jaffa Cake with a spoon.
Youve never lived!
13th Nov 2019
If you go down the route of a TRONC PAYE scheme does it need to have its own bank account?
Also, if they have multiple companies for different pubs/restaurants can they operate one TRONC?
11th Nov 2019
Red Leader wrote:
Yes, "good luck" is definitely a warning sign.
It can be but also be careful as we received a reply to a clearance letter from an active user on this very forum and it was signed off "Good Luck..." but theyve turned into one of our best clients! It was clearly sour grapes and the client is good to work with and a great fee to match.
27th Sep 2019
I wish these big companies would [***] off buying up all of the good software!
5th Sep 2019
No connection, if a turkey baster was used.
27th Aug 2019
They are just commission jockeys trying to sell you licences in bulk. Tell them you use VT for most clients that dont need cloud software (even if you dont) as that seems to shut them up.
27th Aug 2019
Perhaps they should consider registering for VAT.
Much will depend on what they intend to do with the residential units.
They plan to sell the residential units and not rent them. The client is an absolute nightmare with paperwork so them registering for VAT is defintely going to be a last resort! Might push me to disengage actually!
22nd Aug 2019
Had a similar thing recently Glen, my client made an offer
of £1,200 to the IP (litterally picked up the phone and asked for the relevent person) for the domain and Facebook account and they took his details and sent an email back to say that they had looked into it and the legals along would be £2.5k so the offer would need to be "in excess of this amount for the benefit of the creditors". He politely declined to increase the offer.
20th Aug 2019
With regards to most of the questions you ask I would suggest, with respect, that if you need to ask all of those you arent in a position to run a practice. Get a job in a small accountantancy firm and gain the experience needed.
The OP has done that:-AbbieG wrote:
Yes I am ACA qualified, with 9 years experience. I have reviewed the ICAEW guidance and understand the practising certificate requirements.
I previously worked for a firm in London which only dealt with large and listed, but my current role is at a local practise dealing with small companies.
Great, should only take a few years to get up to speed then.