Thank you for your replies, appreciate it.
Just having some letterhead done, £104 for 500 (inc VAT). I know I can get it cheaper, but need to keep costs up to avoid being a low cost trader for FRS VAT! Lasts a couple of years.
Use word template for invoices and letters to Revenue.
Thanks for the comments. The company is in England.
20p + 1.4%, receive funds after 1 week
I received one, I forwarded it to Companies House and they said it was genuine. I then tried the links, which didn't really go anywhere. I then queried this with Companies House, who said 'oops, sorry yes they are not genuine'. One full virus scan later and nothing seem wrong!
Thanks Huw, thought it might be something like that.
Thanks Huw. Yes it is the
Thanks Huw. Yes it is the same trade. I realise that the losses incurred in the old company will appear on their tax return. However, how do I show them on the new company's tax return? Is it simply a loss brought forward? Is there a special box on the full tax return? Or do I need to write to HMRC?
Thanks John. They both have
Thanks John. They both have solicitors, but they are obviously pushing their clients to take views which are best for their perspective outcomes. It is getting harder to remain neutral!
I would love direct debit...
... but my bank (Santander) won't let me, as the last time I enquired, it was only available for businesses with £1m+ t/o.
Standing order works fine, but it would be nice to increase fees annually from our end.
Rammstein - we did. We provided a copy of the letter from 2003. They now want to see 'evidence of the original investment'. We've taken this to be a bank statement, but we don't know what they're getting at. The investment was shown by our predecessors in 'other debtors' every year, don't know why HMRC have suddenly taken an interest.
The point I was making in my question was whether HMRC had the power to ask for records that the company is well within it's rights to destroy.
Thisistibi - we don't want to withhold it.