Paul D Utherone
Member Since: 22nd Dec 2009
3rd Aug 2020
I believe that the P85 is a non-statutory form, so shouldn't be any issues if you did not have UK income sources after you left.
When I checked for a client a few months back it appeared that the forms were no longer required by HMRC and one dealt with it through Residence pages in the SA return. So on the face of it, if you were not in SA, and had no other reason to advise HMRC of the change of status, there is no issue
28th Jul 2020
saves valued customers questioning their sanity and wasting time searching for the lost chord ( Moody Blues ) ,
''well I used it last year, where's it gone''
Indeed...and I don't recall it arriving late to the party before, but maybe tat's because most of my private works tends to happen in the latter half of the year. Still, I know for the future.
27th Jul 2020
Sarah Z wrote:
Maybe drop support an email and see what they say
Reply this morning: "This has not yet been released. It is currently under the development stage."
23rd Jul 2020
All sounds a bit too preplanned & bound to failure
22nd Jul 2020
I was in the same boat, in that until I returned the car in July it had sat on my drive since March. It was however still available to me for private use and did end up being driven about 30 miles once, just to turn the engine over.
As others have said, unless the keys were handed back (as a minimum) so that the car was not available to use, then regardless of the fact that they sat going nowhere I would go with "still available & a BIK"
20th Jul 2020
Wjj hi o are these people that don’t just submit returns once received signed - to get them off their desk if nothing else.
U OK hun? :)
20th Jul 2020
I have mainly been watching CTA webinars, which do not seem to suffer from that. Otherwise I might give something a go, but if I find my mind wandering to work on another screen I bale out early
17th Jul 2020
They never adjust for summertime :)
15th Jul 2020
I do now as a matter of course if I see them. Don't even bother with an answer, just a record for posterityQuote:
I'm starting to think that the first responder to an anonymous question should quote the whole question to avoid this.
14th Jul 2020
I am a 50% shareholder in a property company. The company has several properties with associated legal charges.
My DLA owes me circa £0.5m. I want to gift my shares to my Brother. I am not expecting a penny for this. Is there a way to do this tax efficiently? I am not expecting any money towards my DLA i.e. this should be transferred in his favour.
Please advise. Thanks in advance.