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16th May 2019
I use Remote-Utilities. Excellent product and completely free. Unlike some of the others!
23rd Jan 2019
Correct. Assets in stocks and shares, which currently are at a low value because of the BREXIT scenario. Has sufficient cash for day-to-day expenses only!
24th Aug 2018
67 years old working for my own distribution business. In work by 06:30, leave around 16:30. Holidays, if I am lucky! Sickness, only if nearly dead. Thanks online sellers!!
22nd Mar 2018
All good sensible precautions to secure your data.
GDPR reminds me of the of the so-called 'Millenium Bug' where planes would fall out of the sky, and toasters would not work anymore!
What happened, nothing, but it made a lot of money for 'experts'!!!!
28th Apr 2017
If clients have not used previous years Annual Exempt Amounts for CGT purposes does this not reduce the amount further?
28th Apr 2017
£270,000 10+ years ago, £520,000 now.
22nd Nov 2012
Eurorealm Eadis.NET Software.
Used by us, similar size and requirements.
Fully modified to our exact requirements by Eurorealm. (And we were fussy) Sensible price!!
Eurorealm on 0118 973 2977 Contact Neil Willby
1st Feb 2012
HMRC seem Efficient
Shame the benefits office are not more careful before handing out our well earned Taxes!!!!
10th Aug 2011
Insurance issues and Police liability
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - Riot and Civil Unrest
In light of the disturbances that have occurred in London and in other major cities across England over the past few days, we wanted to contact you and advise what should be done if you are unfortunate enough to suffer loss or damage to your property.
The local police authority has a legal responsibility under the Riot Damages Act 1886 to reimburse persons who sustain damage to property as a result of a riot. The wording of the statute is explicit, in that any claim under the Act must “be made in writing and received by the local police authority within 14 days of the alleged incident”.
However, most insurance policies will provide cover for loss or damage as a result of Riot and/or Civil Commotion and insurers will require a claim to be submitted, together with full supporting documentation within 7 days of the incident occurring. This is to specifically prevent a recovery action being pursued by the insurers (separate to any claim) being turned down by the police authority on the basis that the action is time barred.
It is therefore essential that you advise us immediately if damage has been suffered and that a claim is to be made.
In the event that your policy does not provide cover for Riot and/or Civil Commotion you should still be able to submit a claim for loss or damage incurred to the local police authority but this must be submitted within 14 days of the incident occurring.
Examples where a policy will not provide riot and/or civil commotion cover include:
cover restricted due to a property being unoccupiedthird party fire and theft cover is selected for motor insurance
In these circumstances, please contact us if you require any assistance making such a claim.
The current definition of a riot is codified in the Public Order Act 1986 and the essential points are:
12 or more persons must be present together and use or threaten unlawful violence for a common purpose and the conduct or them (taken together) must be such as would cause a person or reasonable firmness present at the scene to fear for his personal safetyIt is not necessary for the Claimant to show intent to use force to resist such oppositionIt is not necessary for anyone to be present and actually harmed
23rd Feb 2011
Expenses, without receipts
MPs, & MEPs do not seem to have any problems claiming expenses without receipts!!