Member Since: 1st Nov 2011
6th Nov 2019
My books from Interactive data show that Dairy Crest 25p shares were placed at 155p on 28/08/1996, and that Genus plc ord 10p shares were placed on AIM at 180p on 05/07/2000.
25th Jul 2019
The invoice just says:
To dress and style the flat and includes a few hundred pounds for furniture rental.
Client says that this increased the price obtained.
30th Jan 2019
You said No, and then edited it to Yes, and then put it back to No.
26th Sep 2018
You will need to an Australian accountant regarding the Australian tax implications. Assuming this is residential property, if you are non resident for UK tax purposes, you will need to complete a non-resident CGT form with 30 days of the sale.
You can find the details are here:
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/capital-gains-tax-for-non-residents-uk-resid.... Happy to assist if you need more help.
21st Sep 2018
We have one from SumUp. Haven't used a great deal, but seems OK.
5th Feb 2018
The software is Xero, not Zero, and our clients who have used it like it. It is our preferred software of those mentioned. Xero has lots of video and online help.
4th Sep 2017
We used to use Moneysoft and transferred to BrightPay because of its auto-enrolment features. We are sticking with BrightPay because of that but found Moneysoft much better to use. We don't like the reports, and sometimes information doesn't seem to retained properly from one month to next.
1st Sep 2017
I agree that pro-rata does not apply, it is just people earning over £60k. And yes, you need to disclose total trustee and key personnel remuneration & benefits. This may be just his salary or not.
6th Jul 2017
Yes, HMRC want to add back 75% of deferred tax from net asset value. They have then taken 50% of this revised net asset value, for the value of the 50% holding and then given a 10% deduction for 50%/private company shares.
8th Jun 2017
We had a phone call from the IHT section a few days ago confirming that they were now dealing with my letter sent just before Christmas, when I pointed out an error in their previous letter.