Member Since: 11th Nov 2009
28th Oct 2019
I watching the same buffering screen ... well maybe a different screen but the same issue and I am logged in as the client
31st Jul 2019
You are in a little minefield here. If the tips are going through the company's CC machine then they cannot go through the tronc they are paid to and by the company to the employee and subject to tax and NI'ee ... but may or maybe not subject to NI'er ...
16th Jul 2019
I suggest you have a look at this
Have not used sage in years but if you reconcile the VAT return the next VAT return processed will pick up late invoices entered into an earlier quarter.
2nd Jul 2019
In a past life, I was the financial controller for an event and corporate hospitality company. We had a PAYE inspection which consisted of 3 inspectors sitting there for 2 days going through all of the invoices. They had never inspected a company in our line of work and started off thinking they had hit the jackpot ... tickets to Grande Prix's, World Cup finals, Champions league finals, helcopter rides; the list goes on. They eventually finished and admitted that they had underestimated the amount of work involved.
25th Jun 2019
Have some sympathy with both sides of this one.
From Companies House point of view, how could Brian sign Bryan's accounts ... from your point of view how could Bryan not notice that Brian had signed his accounts?
I do not think you will get anywhere in reversing the penalty but best of luck.
7th May 2019
Best of luck with this question ... you are looking for very detailed advice that would take quite some time to prepare and do not think members have the time to do this for you.
If you are not happy with your accountant's reply consider engaging a TOM specialist, and you may also need the place of supply.
24th Apr 2019
We are talking less than £100, if you ever have an inspection you can explain the circumstances. I really do not expect that any consequences would come from you just issuing a letter and a cheque. Not even sure you can resurrect an employee and make a payment.
If you are worried ring the employer helpline.
9th Apr 2019
The tax return is the client's it is filed in their name you are just the agent.
I am struggling to understand why the client does not know what was filed ... I review every return with the client before I file.
3rd Apr 2019