This will work so long as Form 30 has not been submitted
As I mentioned on another thread I have seen an accountant offer £12 per hour!
All I can assume is that he/she has wafer thin margins or the final price is a lot higher than we may consider.
Remember the slow accountant earns more than the fast accountant on the per hour job.
Your peers have warned you. Why not respond I am sorry at that rate I cant make a profit. However if you are not satisfied with the accountant that offered you the lower fee please feel free to come back to me and we can talk again, even if this is next year.
If he/she is a chef then it will only be for lodging. The board bit I guess he will prepare himself and be fed from chef tasting of banquet food.
Good luck to any PAYe instector that tries to audit the Buck House PAYE records. Apart from every civil serrvant there being of a higher grade than he/she if she/he upsets the wrong person it could be the Tower or head on a pike.
As I understand it he has to be resident somewhere for tax purposes. Those before me have a much better idea of the rules.
I would suggest that you need to look to see which country fits the most. If he gets support from sports bodies is it a requirement that he is tax resident in those countries...
He may earn£20k now but in the future it could be a lot more may be £100k so you also need to look ahead whilst helping him through this nightmare
You could try and claim exeption by being in one of those groups that can. Religion, no internet access etc
You will have to look at the exemptions
Although sometime off you may do better carrying out the "merger at the tax year end". Less things to upset HMRC and the staff.
One not get in touch with a local business that offers this service. Often serviced offices do for a fee. If you make all your clients have
c/o Bloggs & Co
followed by the address this will keep lost post to a norm. We charge £8.50 +vat per month. If you have 50+companies using this service the fees are worthwhile.
Hi Guys . Just seen a quote from an "Accountant" £12 per hour.
Since our staff earn more that than this and the minimum wage is £7+ not sure which sweat shop is doing the work.
YOu have not said how much or how long. It could be easier to get the back SA100's amended and the company pay each employee extra net salary that month to cover the cost
Lots of comments.
I use webchartbut I expect an immediate response and not to be left hanging to chat. Sadly the last two i used had a long wait and thus were closed down.
Maybe a call back could help too