I never submit returns without full payment. Since implementing that, I've never had a bad debt. Funny, that :)
I use Capsule CRM and have for about 6+ years now. You need to tweak it for your own needs, but I find it really useful and comprehensive. It's scalable and well priced.
Thank you SO MUCH, it's just happened to me, and this took me less than a minute to find, and it works. Phew!
I got my documents back within about a week, or 2 at the outside.
It's annoying (more annoying that I had to pay £46 to DDC, as opposed to £20 to an online provider, as DDC are doing all the admin for AAT) but nothing to waste energy over.
I'm an accountant of 15 years and have capcity for additional work. I'll send you a PM.
Yes, I'm leaving it to the last minute....
Paul D Utherone wrote:
Ditto, though I think you will find that a lot of HMRC systems have not yet updated for 2017-18 and there's only data for 2016-17 at the moment
That would explain why there's the square root of b*gger all when I query it!
I'm authorised, but there's no data to pull down in every case I've tried so far, so I wouldn't worry about sorting it as a matter of urgency as you aren't missing much!
From the HMRC helpsheet:
5.8 Who’s liable for a company’s penalties
A company officer or officers may be liable to pay part, or all of a company’s penalty for a deliberate inaccuracy, failure to notify or wrongdoing, but only where the:
inaccuracy, failure or wrongdoing was attributable to the officer
officer gained or attempted to gain personally from the offence
company is, or is likely to become, insolvent
Interestingly it doesn't say the tax, it just says the director could be liable for the penalty.
I really wish they'd put the statute reference on their helpsheets for those of us who like to look at them!
Thanks Bernard. Yes, undeclared cash.
In my experience HMRC will object to a DS01 once or twice and then let it go - I know it doesn't always happen like that, but it's what I've seen. Insolvency service would be fine, but my client doesn't have the funds to initiate a formal winding up themselves.