Member Since: 5th Aug 2014
16th Oct 2019
'the government will push up the cost to the customer by 20%, and almost certainly reduce the tax take as Uber will become less competitive'
Why will the tax take reduce? Uber will then charge the same as other tax firms and won't have the VAT advantage to undercut them.
23rd Aug 2019
I bought one a couple of years ago as I needed to display my works car park pass and it was the easiest way to do it.
14th Jun 2019
24th May 2019
Just Eat is the middle man between you and an established take away. You can call the takeaway direct. Uber is the middle man between you and an Uber driver.
7th May 2019
3rd May 2019
In our local council, they did an equality survey so that traditional 'ladies' jobs were paid the same as traditional 'mens' jobs (please forgive the phraseology, it's not mine).
Classroom assistants were then paid the same per hour as dustmen. Unfortunately, the council then realised that classroom assistants worked term time hours only and reduced their annual salaries accordingly. Cue massive protests as the classroom assistants went on strike at the unfairness of it all.
20th Mar 2019
Wife could sign a letter to transfer excess tax from her account to his and that could help with the interest.
The penalties are a different matter and the let property campaign almost always results in penalties. I did have one case where there were no penalties and had to jump through lots of hoops and queries from HMRC for them to agree with me.
20th Mar 2019
Are they both basic rate or is she basic rate and he is higher rate?
15th Mar 2019
So the millions of pensioners who just receive state pensions would now be brought into the tax system by having 20% deducted from their pensions. They might gain but imagine the administrative nightmare!
4th Mar 2019
So if a client owed you and HMRC £10,000 each and only had £10,000 in the bank when he went insolvent, you would be happy receiving nothing?