This one is a bit off topic but I was wondering if any one has knowledge on how this will impact on mortgages as the tax credit is no longer "included in pre-tax income".
I am completing a re-mortgage of 6 buy to let properties at the moment and the level of gross income (including the dividend tax credit) has been important during this process.
I once had the office partner of a national firm charge his time for attending the funeral of a company director to my audit.
He then had the cheek to ask me we were so close to the budget before his client meeting. I left him with a time to date print out of the job with various areas highlighted, the subject was never mentioned again.
I am surprised that the publishers of this website allow rubbish such as this on the website.
How much is low
What are you calling a low fee?
What about Toggl, Zoho CRM, Mailchimp. All fantastic apps and all free
Time may not be the future
@Bob time may not be the future as a basis for billing. But having started to use this system it is great for controlling the timing of jobs and what I have to do and when. Basic stuff maybe but it controls my great weakness of switching from one thing to another without considering up coming deadlines.