Deputy head of tax at one of the big 43 in 1978.
I find with older clients that they often bought the shares themselves and then transfered them into their broker account at a later date. When this happens the broker doesnt know what the base cost is, and so couldn't produce a meaningful report. Then you need to go back to the client and see if they kept any records from the date of purchases.
Brussen and mither in one thread. This is quality!
Contractor often goes bust without issuing deduction statements. I think you just have to assume 20% deductions in these cases.
Its not a Scottish partnership is it?
Looking at your website you don’t appear to be a member of any accountancy body. Don’t you feel that its slightly hypocritical if you can report the previous accountants to ICAS but there is no possibility of anyone reporting you to any organisation that upholds professional standards?
Your firm offers to produce statutory limited company accounts for £400. I would charge three times that fee and I feel that I’m fairly inexpensive. Can you really work to a high professional standard and charge those sort of fees or are they a “come on”?
Looking at your own history as a Company Director at Companies House you don’t appear to be a model of probity. Obviously Companies House doesn’t display the background to liquidations and resignations so I apologise if I’ve maligned you. I just can’t help thinking that people in glasshouses shouldn’t throw stones. HTH.
Did you appeal the first 2 year's penalties on the grounds of his illness?
Wouldn't you look at the Badges of Trade to support your pov?
Agree 100% with OP. Sometimes gives a page of officers above company names. Something has definitely changed.
This is a variation on The Myth of Sysiphus!
Put it in the accounts where he can see it.
Put it as an addback on the IT Comp.
Same for me. Stopped working 5 days ago.