Member Since: 21st Jan 2003
19th Jul 2019
Half the liability after deducting Class 2 NIC when applicable.
30th Oct 2018
As mentioned in other posts Goldsmith is awaiting appeal at the UT.
30th Oct 2018
From a previous AWEB post (I have also had luck by contacting this address and had no payment info at all)
Carbane Industrial Estate
You need to state:
Taxpayers name / reference
and for each Contractor:
Reference No (if known)
Reason Why querying HMRC (e.g. cant get info from contractor)
29th Oct 2018
The P800 can be enforced but it shouldn't be done through SA. The Goldsmith case notes explain the correct procedure.
26th Oct 2018
Goldsmith has been listed for the UT. Surely if you make reference to the FTT case you should have acknowledged that there is an open appeal.
UT/2018/0037 10 Apr 2018 HMRC v David Goldsmith Substantive Royal Courts of Justice, Rolls Building, Fetter Lane London EC4A 1NL Date/time: 2 days, starting 22,23 or 24 July 2019, TBC
26th Jul 2018
"The last sentence might seem naïve, given that so many people seem unable to remember their pin numbers, but frankly, if someone is unable to remember a four-digit number that they use on a constant basis, are they really safe to be let loose with a credit card?"
It's a PIN not a PIN number. Personal Identification Number. It can't be Personal Identification Number Number can it! Should you be let loose to judge when you can't get that right.
22nd Jun 2018
And how would you download an SA302? I don't believe that HMRC even issue them to the client in most cases and they certainly are now available online. Terminology trouble.
19th May 2018
Perhaps Andy Keates could comment on why this article was out of date at the time of publishing. The opening paragraph about Goldsmith completely ignores the fact that the Goldsmith case had been put to the Upper Tribunal. This was public knowledge at the time of publishing and HMRC have confirmed this in writing to me in a letter dated 16 May 2018. Really, AW is this the standard we now need to accept from you?
14th May 2018
I understand that HMRC are appealing Goldsmith.
21st Aug 2015
If an individual had say three business vehicles in use in succession in the year and travelled 10,000 business miles in each in a tax year then I would assume that a proportion of the actual expenditure relating to business use could be claimed on the two vehicles with the dearer running costs and 45p per business mile on the remaining vehicle.