Member Since: 28th Apr 2008
10th Apr 2014
I've had a few where the
I've had a few where the personal allowance has mysteriously been taken away. In all of these cases the client has been just into the 40% band and is filling out a tax return because (s)he has rental income or a small amount of self-employment income. I was, however, appalled to see one coding which had been issued because my client was 'between jobs'. My client was actually dead...
11th Oct 2012
A client of mine managed to get a NINO by explaining that she required it in order to open an ISA. She is well over retirement age and not a UK citizen, though she does have indefinite leave to remain.
21st Mar 2012
avoiding a social kiss
When they approach, step backwards and extend your hand. They are most probably not going to loom at you. If they do, stand on their foot.
12th Oct 2011
Have you considered that if the house belongs to the client, if (s)he divorces/dies intestate before the parents/gets made bamkrupt/gets sued for a large sum, the parents could be put out of their home.
9th Aug 2011
Purely because HMRC will be expecting to receive an IHT100.
25th May 2011
I'd recommend you read the relevant bits of the tax treaty which is summarised at
24th May 2011
Not taxable in the UK
at all under the terms of the tax treaty with Spain so it does not actually need to go on the UK return. You need to fill out form HS304 to claim full treaty relief.
5th Apr 2011
I suspect if you ran a detective agency it might count as part of trading income.
If you regularly shopped people would an employment relationship arise?
26th Jan 2011
you have missed the deadline
to have the 09/10 tax coded out in 11/12. Even if you are filing online, the return needs to be in by 31 December.
25th Jan 2011
the non-discrimination clause. Art 25, usually